irreformably

irreformably

(ˌɪrɪˈfɔːməblɪ)
adv
in an irreformable manner
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One of the major obstacles has been imputing to socialism false maxims that we socialists "hate America" and attributing to us irreformably demonic characteristics--contemporary spin-offs that we are "reds" hiding under America's "beds." One of the key problems here, of course, is the confusion of capitalism with market anarchy and socialism with planned production by a centralized state.
Set in the 1950s, the movie looks at the Los Angeles Police Department as irreformably corrupt, and spins out its glamorously cynical and absorbing story with constant surprises and a handful of superb performances.
But they do not agree that each and every moral issue, regardless of its specific nature or of its connection with revelation, can be infallibly (and thus irreformably) determined by the magisterium.