Capable of being corrected, rectified, or reformed.
More example sentences
- In all such cases, I will argue, political discrimination can be understood in terms of certain corrigible cognitive errors that characterize prereflective xenophobia.
- This means that knowledge is not only fallible but is also corrigible - it can be corrected by the same sorts of operations as discover errors.
- We can find support for structuralism within mathematics, even if the support is corrigible.
late Middle English (in the sense 'liable to or deserving punishment'): via French from medieval Latin corrigibilis, from Latin corrigere 'to correct'.
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- Maintaining a theory in the face of anomalous data involves questions concerning the corrigibility of data, statements of initial conditions and their consequences, and the nature of predictions.
- Without this, talk about the virtues of flexibility and corrigibility remains pointless.
- In support of his affirmation that preference claims can be rationally compared, he articulates the role of flexibility and corrigibility in decisions concerning technology control.
Definition of corrigible in:
- The US English dictionary