From PhilPapers forum Discussion of David Bourget & David J. Chalmers, What do philosophers believe?:
Determinism as category
I have only just skimmed the paper. I noticed that det/indeterminism is not a category. Is this because determinism is viewed as subsumed under the other categories (free will, physicalism, laws of nature, etc)?
Again, I have only just skimmed the paper, so there may be discussion on this I missed.
(I am interested as your work will be very useful when I get the chance to update "Determinism and the Antiquated Deontology of the Social Sciences"