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Teleology: teleology is the doctrine that dates back to Greek antiquity that processes in nature are oriented to a cause of purpose. There are two types of teleology, a) one of which assumes internal (immanent, in things), or b) external (transcendental, determined by a world-being) purpose causes. See also purposes, goals, causes, nous, logos, determinism.

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Teleology/Purpose/EpicurusVsAristotle/Epicurus/Democritus/Adorno: Epicurus is even stronger opposing the placement of purposes into the natural things than Democritus. However, every relationship to gods, who had exercised their spooky nature in things, should be eliminated by criticising the thought of purpose.


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