Irredeemability


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Ir`re`deem`a`bil´i`ty


n.1.The state or quality of being irredeemable; irredeemableness.
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Deployed in this way, the figure of the hard-liner acts as a convenient foil, one that explains the intransigence, if not irredeemability, of the current leadership in Tehran.
That said, just as with child soldiers, any honest assessment of what reintegration, redress, and transition actually entails cannot be based on convenient fictions of the helplessness, faultlessness, innocence, and cluelessness of the child pirates or, on the other hand, fictions as to their incorrigibility, pathology, and irredeemability.
It assumed that amorphous notions like depravity, irredeemability, incorrigibility, and character surely would carry weight.