Definition of Mechanist. Meaning of Mechanist. Synonyms of Mechanist

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Definition of Mechanist

Mechanist
Mechanist Mech"an*ist, n. 1. A maker of machines; one skilled in mechanics. 2. One who regards the phenomena of nature as the effects of forces merely mechanical.

Meaning of Mechanist from wikipedia

- Sergeant major is a senior non-commissioned rank or appointment in many militaries around the world. In Commonwealth countries, the various degrees of...
- "Mechanist" redirects here. For a person who subscribes to the philosophy, see Mechanism (philosophy). A mechanician is an engineer or a scientist working...
- The Shaper/Mechanist universe is the setting for a series of science fiction short stories (and the novel Schismatrix) written by the author Bruce Sterling...
- the Mechanist, the person ****embling robots which have been attacking settlers and caravans across the Commonwealth. In order to locate the Mechanist, the...
- especially that of the atomists and to a large extent, stoic physics. Later mechanists believed the achievements of the scientific revolution of the 17th century...
- stories set in the Shaper/Mechanist universe: the solar system is colonised, with two major warring factions. The Mechanists use a great deal of computer-based...
- anthropic mechanists and anti-mechanists are mainly occupied with two topics: the mind — and consciousness, in particular — and free will. Anti-mechanists argue...
- The story was Sterling's only novel-length treatment of the Shaper/Mechanist universe. Five short stories preceded the novel. Schismatrix was nominated...
- Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Retrieved 27 April 2016. These Gödelian anti-mechanist arguments are, however, problematic, and there is wide consensus that...
- his time, however: Pascal regarded Descartes' views as rationalist and mechanist, and accused him of deism: "I cannot forgive Descartes; in all his philosophy...
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