predeterminate


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pre·de·ter·mine

 (prē′dĭ-tûr′mĭn)
v. pre·de·ter·mined, pre·de·ter·min·ing, pre·de·ter·mines
v.tr.
1. To determine, decide, or establish in advance: "These factors predetermine to a large extent the outcome" (Jessica Mitford).
2. To influence or sway toward an action or opinion; predispose.
v.intr.
To determine or decide something in advance.

pre′de·ter′mi·nate (-mə-nĭt) adj.
pre′de·ter′mi·na′tion n.

predeterminate

(ˌpriːdɪˈtɜːmɪnɪt; -ˌneɪt)
adj
determined beforehand; predetermined
ˌpredeˈterminately adv
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In questo caso non possiamo appellarci meccanicamente alle illusioni degli altri come nelle societa precedenti costituite da relazioni gerarchiche predeterminate, ma siamo kierkegaardianamente chiamati a "scommettere" continuamente sulle intenzioni degli altri, assumendoci tutti i rischi che questo comporta.
AHP method is a method of decision-making analysis that applies pairwise comparison theory to decision variable [11] that become the main criteria of decision as a derived element of the predeterminate objectiveness [12] where the determinate of the priority scale of these criteria depends on the assessment of experts in order to determine the alternative choice of solutions [13].