||The theory, e.g. in presocratic and Epicurean thought, that the universe is made of nothing but atoms and void. This understanding gave rise to some degree of determinism.
||The notion that one can be fated to do multiple things, e.g. call a doctor and die
||Any theory asserting that determinism does not rule out free will
||The theory that all action is predetermined by cause one cannot influence
||The theory that, given determinism, one cannot employ free will to influence one’s own actions or anything else
||The belief that events are not caused deterministically
||Aristotle’s construct of an entity so perfect that the various spheres in the universe are stimulated to motion out of a desire for it