Indeterminism - this is a methodological position, therefore, not everything in the world has a cause. This is a philosophical category that negates the objective causal relationship and the cognitive essence of explanation in science. The basic laws of nature exist due to the principle of probability. The case is an equal, fundamental entity with which one can explain the evolutionary nature of nature. Also, indeterminism can be, on the one hand, naturalistic, since it confirms the self-sufficiency of nature, and, on the other hand, it is theological, because it explains the nature’s descent from God.
The principle of indeterminism also takes place in physics, it is expressed in the causelessness of microprocesses, but quantum physics denies such a phenomenon, since it reflects them in a special statistical form.
In biology, the principle of indeterminism consists of identified causality and unambiguous predictability. Since the need was revealed to maintain statistical methods to reflect the causal relationships of real processes, based on which it is impossible to make unambiguous and decisive predictions. Indeterminists say bankruptcy of the principle of causality, in general. They refute the development of modern science and talk about the effectiveness of the dialectical materialist theory, which recognizes objectivity and represents a variety of causal connections and forms of their reflection in the minds of people. Many modern young physicists are becoming supporters of such a worldview. Scientific progress will not be possible regardless of the principles of dialectical materialism, in particular the principle of causality.
Indeterminism is also often found with such concepts as determinism and agnosticism.
Determinism and indeterminism are philosophical positions about the objective causality of objects, objects and phenomena that have opposite definitions regarding this.
Agnosticism and indeterminism deny the possibility of knowing various phenomena under the pretext of the absence of objective causal patterns in social life that are unique to nature.
Agnosticism and indeterminism have a similar definition, since they both express the idea that it is impossible to fully understand the true essence of human cognition of reality.