Meaning of dysteleology

dys•tel•e•ol•o•gy

Pronunciation: (dis"tel-ē-ol'u-jē, -tē-lē-), [key]
— n.
  1. a doctrine denying the existence of a final cause or purpose.
  2. the assumed absence of purpose in life or nature.
  3. the evasion or frustration of a natural or normal function or purpose.
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