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dysteleological

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Purposeless; without design; having no “final cause” for being; not teleological.
  • Of the nature of or pertaining to dysteleology.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Of or pertaining to dysteleology.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • If we describe Gould’s position as dysteleological how do we describe a process that leads to intelligence over and over again in the universe?

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  • In other words, he was dysteleological in his thinking.

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  • The first is that evolution is some kind of “drunken walk” or “cosmic lottery. ” The second is that evolution is a “ladder of progress. ” The first is a dysteleological view; the second is very obviously teleological.

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  • At the very least it is less dysteleological, isn’t it?

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  • The first is that evolution is some kind of “drunken walk” or “cosmic lottery. ” The second is that evolution is a “ladder of progress. ” The first is a dysteleological view; the second is very obviously teleological.

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  • What he does consider incompatible and in conflict are "biblical theology" and "metaphysical naturalism" to the extent that the latter is "committed to refusing any consideration of purpose (dysteleological)" (p.153).

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • These descriptive mechanisms can operate within either a teleological or dysteleological system.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Unless one is into suspension of disbelief that any dysteleological evolutionary scenario could be implausible, dual coding is exactly the type of outcome that suggests front loaded causality.

    A Dubious "Opportunity" for IDers

  • These descriptive mechanisms can operate within either a teleological or dysteleological system.

    Review of The Lost World Of Genesis One, Part Eighteen

  • What he does consider incompatible and in conflict are "biblical theology" and "metaphysical naturalism" to the extent that the latter is "committed to refusing any consideration of purpose (dysteleological)" (p.153).

    Review of The Lost World Of Genesis One, Part Eighteen

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