irreformable

Related to irreformable: additionally, effortlessly, perpetually, unnerving

irreformable

(ˌɪrɪˈfɔːməbəl)
adj
(of a person) incapable of giving up a reprehensible habit or immoral way of lifeincapable of being improved by alteration or correction of abuses
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Her dogmatic canons are infallible and irreformable; but we have never heard it pretended that she is infallible in her human legislation, in her administrative canons, or her practical conduct.
"The regime is irreformable and no amount of negotiations will change its fundamental commitment to expand its reach and control of an entire region."
"This regime is simply irreformable because the nature of it, its DNA, is such that it cannot.
Retrospectivamente, los historiadores pusieron de manifiesto el hecho de que no dudo en jurar las Leyes fundamentales del Reino Juan Carlos porque "sabia [...] que pese a la voluntad de mantener el Regimen irreformable, las Leyes Fundamentales del mismo podia ser modificadas desde sus propios procedimientos y de esta manera llegar a una democratizacion que no rompiera la legalidad existente" (Tusell, 2002: 7677).
In addition, these two examples of magisterial teaching in the previously mentioned encyclicals are neither infallible nor necessarily irreformable simply because they are papal encyclicals.
They also found that the document needed to be more pastoral, lacked an ecumenical spirit, was insufficiently scriptural, and did not acknowledge differences in types of dogma as if all teachings were irreformable. Specific points of deficiency in content included treating the theme of Christian unity from the perspective of the Mystical Body, too narrow a view of church membership, an inadequate approach to collegiality, and an unclear doctrine on the various states of the faithful in the church.