Nutritional assessment was also included and corrigible
interventions were followed.
A drift in foreign policy is one thing; disagreements with allies in world politics are bad signs, but they are often headaches that are curable, mistakes that are corrigible
A robust moral community, be it an ethical republic or a kingdom of ends, requires members who can make generally reliable, albeit fallible and corrigible
, judgments about their own needs and interests.
I live, to be sure, by the practical faith that we must go on experiencing and thinking over our experience, for only thus can our opinions grow more true: but to hold any one of them--I absolutely do not care which--as if it never could be reinterpretable or corrigible
, I believe to be a tremendously mistaken attitude, and I think that the whole history of philosophy will bear me out.
Abdu's most un-tragic denouement sees Justice done: the corrigible
sinners are forgiven, the incorrigible sent to their damnation.
28) In order to cultivate such relationships, Gunn contends that we must embrace alterity, 'the difference that makes a difference, the difference that allows the self to be corrigible
with the other without reducing the other to a cipher of the self'.
more a number of conceptual corrigible
hypotheses than a set of
The careful reflection rider aims to eliminate knee-jerk reactions, which are clearly corrigible
There is a tendency in all men (only corrigible
by good training from without and persistent moral effort from within) to resent the existence of what is stronger, subtler or better than themselves.
More importantly, by nature, the sciences are cumulative and corrigible
, their character changing over the course of their development (Kantor, 1953).
They will leave behind a host of coruscating and corrigible
memories and deeds, a club in rude health financially and a team that is evolving in a different way to previous Premier League versions.
To be rational is to be engaged in collaborative, corrigible
, historically informed inquiry and deliberation.