Indeterminacy may refer to:
* Indeterminacy in computation (disambiguation)
* The indeterminacy problem in history and sociology
* aleatoric music and indeterminacy in music.
* Statically indeterminate
*Indeterminacy (literature) a literary termIn law:
* Indeterminacy debate in legal theory
* UnderdeterminacyIn linguistics:
* Indeterminacy of translation
* Referential indeterminacyIn philosophy:
*Indeterminacy (Philosophy)
*Deterministic system (philosophy)In physics:
*Quantum indeterminacy
*Uncertainty principle
*Scientific determinism

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