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  1. In addition to the most appropriate term “indeterminist”, such a person can also be called an “antibody specialist”.

    By the way, please note that if everything is random, then there is no objective global meaning in anything. Neither in the existence of the universe, nor in the appearance of intelligent life in it, nor in the thoughts that come to our minds, nor in the search for a name for this philosophical concept.

  2. What can you call a person who sees that everything is interconnected and yet considers it an accident? No way.
    The relationship excludes randomness. Interconnectedness implies the order in which one originates or flows out of the other: where one ends, there is the beginning of the other. And randomness is a manifestation of chaos, a violation of a certain order, the destruction of smoothly flowing events, a break in the relationship.
    The question hung in the air.

  3. Randomness is an unconscious pattern .

    Everything depends on the awareness of the nature of events, properties, forming patterns that grow into the law of the universe , for example, during the formation of a planet and life . .

    Since man is a child of the universe and not yet a God, so he does not know much , then chance is natural and real , but once you realize and become the son of God , then chance disappears and a pattern of nature , the development of all forms of life and the interaction between them arises .

    Therefore, the conclusion is simple , there is also an accident, there is also a pattern , it all depends on the awareness of nature .

    But there are self-confident people who say that they know everything, and this means that they do not know anything, they are purely lying to themselves and others , because if they knew , they would be a God or at least demigods , and would not sit at a computer , and would not drive cars, because these are crutches . And it would be enough to move the consciousness in space and time with the body , which in principle is difficult to achieve, but the desire for this knowledge should be, because this is development.

  4. outside of philosophy, such a person is called an ” ignoramus.” so some people think that a bicycle leaning against a pole accidentally appeared there, and they take it, and they are caught stealing.

    those who reject the cosmogonic (beyond human purposes) design usually consider themselves ” atheists.”. since theists imply the opposite – everywhere is a plan (the divine will, or his consent and favor).

    ignorance of the plan itself should not lead to the belief that there is no plan .. “just because you're paranoid doesn't mean you're not being followed.”

    and can a person always see the idea? it may well turn out that what you see as an accident is the result of many years of work, calculations, edits and changes .. either a hundred-year-old or a billionth-year-old.

    if you don't know that someone is planning something, but it is there, will you consider it an accident? or is there a line beyond which such randomness is not possible due to improbability?

    some things are deliberately done in such a way that they seem random .. but if you succumb to this, do not see the plan, then can you claim the truth, freedom, so that you would not experience deception and restrictions on the part of those who are hiding under the shadow of accidents??))

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