proneness to error

See: frailty
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In this view, the susceptibility or proneness to error stems from the defect of imperfection in human nature.
Essentially, the goal of the moral and professional life entails perfecting human nature as it is, characterized by its susceptibility or proneness to error, and by pursuing human nature as it ought to be.
Among the symptoms that could indicate too much stress are dry mount, headache, sighing, overacting/undereating, stomach cramps, chain smoking, nervous cough, lack of sexual interest, hypochondria, clammy hands, to much/not enough sleep, ulcers, indigestion, skin problems, proneness to errors, decreased productivity, nightmares, butterflies in the stomach, alcoholism/drug dependency, facial tics, confusion, and fatigue/weariness.