undetermination


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undetermination

(ˌʌndɪˌtɜːmɪˈneɪʃən)
n
another word for indeterminacy
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Ekins, following linguistic philosophers Neale, (7) Soames, (8) and Bach, (9) asserts the 'undetermination thesis': The semantic content of a sentence is not capable of settling what a speaker means in uttering the sentence.
* Relative "undetermination" of direction, meaning, and possible consequences (Poster, 1999)
This standard has 21 items and traits such as: mood, pessimism, fearing-feel, unsatisfaction, guilt-feel, hate of self, self-torment attitudes, withdrawal of society, undetermination, disorder in body's image, laziness in work, getting tired and anorexia are included and by measuring it we can perform measuring this group of subject characteristics [12].
Appealing to Yves Simon's description, Austin claims that while freedom is often thought equivalent to undetermination, freedom is better defined as an increase in human capacity.
DANA TULODZIECKI, "Realism, Undetermination, and Method: Considerations on Knowledge and Experience." Adviser: Philip Kitcher.
Kirk, Robert, 1973, "Undetermination of Theory and Indeterminacy of Translation", Analisis, vol.