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There is no hint that an intellectual enterprise may require an element of corrigibility.
It expresses a profound cynicism about human corrigibility and represents the final abandonment of a most vulnerable group of people.
Self-control and social control -- corrigibility and legibility -- are formally linked by military service.
It would prevent the process of learning, the corrigibility of experience.
Hegel's theory, like Freud's, has no principle of corrigibility built into it.
I wonder whether corrigibility might not require some, either those presently citizens or those seeking to become citizens, to separate themselves from their identities as members of particular nations.