American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The state or quality of being indeterminate.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of indeterminateness; vagueness; indefiniteness.
- n. The condition of being indeterminate.
- n. the quality of being vague and poorly defined
“Quantum indeterminacy" is nothing more than an informational gap to us.”
“This indeterminacy is structural, not epiphenomenal.”
“Public opinion in its splendid indeterminacy is not evidence.”
“This basic indeterminacy is disturbing to political economists or philosophers who seek to be able to offer substantive advice, over and beyond the procedural limits suggested.”
“That indeterminacy is itself masked in ghostly reflections of a former paradigm.”
“(Lawyers abhor a vacuum but take refuge in indeterminacy.)”
“The source of the indeterminacy is the implied generality of this statement, which is tantamount to: “Bush is somewhere in the United States.””
“To avoid ambiguities we shall in what follows call indeterminacy if used in the sense (a), acausal indeter - minacy or briefly a-indeterminacy; if used in the sense”
“Such "indeterminacy" has long existed in the way physics explains the nature of light, which can be either a particle or a wave in its behavior.”
“The kind of indeterminacy that Wittgenstein has in mind at 3.24 is supposed to serve as a sign of further analysability.”
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