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37) Gouverneur Morris, deputy from Pennsylvania, noted that "[e]very man of observation had seen in the democratic branches of the State Legislatures, precipitation--in Congress changeableness, in every department excesses against personal liberty private property & personal safety.
Mobility" contains a variety of associated meanings appropriate for the description of slave, fugitive, and autonomous movements: the ability to move and to be moved, the capacity for change of place, and changeableness or instability.
According to Warley, "in claiming changeableness and fashion for himself," Drayton genders social mutability as masculine.
Two things in America are astonishing: the changeableness of most human behavior and the strange stability of certain principles.
Aristotle's unmoved mover, a changeless ontological origin of all being is more closely aligned with Parmenides than it is with inherent changeableness (if for example he were heracleitian) which I think is implicit in Socrates' attitude.
Moreover, the very notion of a bony, gnarly, rough-hewn Lincoln having the lightness to glide around with the animations and quick changeableness of effeminacy is plainly untrue, and too ludicrous to contemplate.