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Main article: Determinism


Indeterminism is the philosophical belief contradictory to determinism: that there are events which do not correspond with determinism (and therefore have no cause). There are generally three types of indeterminists. One version holds that some events are uncaused, another holds that there are nondeterministically caused events, and the third holds that there are agent-caused events.

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