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  • s  an inevitable consequence of antecedent sufficient causes

  • But that doesn't mean compromise is out of the question physiological factors are far from deterministic.
  • But compared with works like Jared Diamond's Guns, Germs, and Steel, Beattie's take is markedly less deterministic.
  • Some reviewers have found Morrison's novels overly deterministic, her characters pawns in the service of their creator's designs.

  • Shelby Steele in Daily Press
    Since the 1960s, to "be black" has, Steele says, required blacks to embrace "a deterministic explanation of black difficulty," a determinism that "automatically blames and obligates white power for black problems."
  • Geoffrey Dabelko in
    Dabelko, of the Woodrow Wilson Center, commented: "The challenge is to avoid over-simplistic or deterministic formulations that equate climate change inexorably with genocide or terrorism, as some less careful commentators have done."

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