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determinate

1. 
a. able to be predicted or deduced
b. (of an effect) obeying the law of causality
2. Botany (of an inflorescence) having the main and branch stems ending in flowers and unable to grow further; cymose

determinate

[də′tər·mə·nət]
(science and technology)
Bounded by definite limits.
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This paper studies the challenge that increasing the inflation target poses to equilibrium determinacy in a medium-sized New Keynesian model without indexation fitted to the Great Moderation era.
primacy" theses, mediating the tension between determinacy and
Wherever Agamben does explicitly turn to Hegel, a heavy Kojevian influence is often manifest in the mistaken sidelining of the {Science of Logic in favour of the Phenomenology of Spirit as the ontological "point of departure for the Hegelian system," (3) and he everywhere heavily invests the Hegelian text with transcendental significance, replacing Hegel's progressive forward development with a return to transcendental indeterminacy which "always already" opens the space for determinacy.
We study how those spillovers impact the relationship between the Taylor principle and equilibrium determinacy, and assess whether, for suitable calibrations, our model under indeterminacy can generate aggregate volatilities of sizes comparable to those observed in the pre-Volcker era in the United States without necessarily requiring a violation of the Taylor principle, as in Clarida et al.
This picture of legal determinacy is confirmed by juristic discourse in which Ayyubid and Mamluk jurists such as al-Shahrazuri and Taqi al-Din al-Subki, among others, made it incumbent upon judges and muftis to follow the dominant doctrines of their schools and even deemed rulings not based on school doctrines to be invalid.
By theorizing all power of determinacy as inherent in a preexisting structure, an individual, a society, or even a full-scale political revolution could only hope to achieve a level of influence so incremental as to be insignificant.
I apply the methodology developed by Lubik and Schorfheide (2004) to bridge the boundary between determinacy and indeterminacy and estimate a theoretical model over the entire parameter space, including those parameter combinations that imply indeterminacy.
the four Zoas and their four feminine consorts as integrated inner forces of the psyche (a convergence of conscience and the unconscious, determinacy and indeterminacy).
Indeed, the Fixation Thesis makes no claim about determinacy at all: if the communicative content of the constitutional text were radically indeterminate, that would be consistent with the Fixation Thesis.
Doctrinal determinacy is not the same thing as legal predictability.
A hint of pure behaviorism emerges here to show that anthropomorphism is only held in place, and prevented from collapsing back into anthropocentrism, by the polar and countervailing presence of the kinds of material determinacy that we hold in common.
As to the number of variables, consider the following: if determinacy as such is what ultimately undermines Mises's system, the problem can always be resolved by simply reducing the number of variables to be explained.