More importantly, because Our Federalism is so different from your father's federalism, this imperfect system is more perfectible
than it once was.
23) Postmodern theories of education, including the ideology of "life-long learning," are opposed to classical humanism in that they view humans not as perfectible
individuals, but as units constantly to be trained and retrained to meet the changing needs of a global economy.
His devotion to the perfectible
realm, first of mathematics, then of art, is a substitution for life.
This adherence to the idea of Arts and Crafts as a perfectible
design creed is my only major cavil with Tankard's otherwise excellent--and beautifully produced--book on the subject.
La methode mise a l'essai dans cet article est donc perfectible
A dispassionate reading of the survey results suggests the public has little faith in the path the country is on and that Mexico is dangerously close to seeing the progress of recent decades put at risk, while its frustrated citizens overlook the mantra that "democracy is always perfectible
Freud and his kin also squashed the notion of the Rational and Perfectible
The image of Jerusalem as a city of the "Palestinian-naturalized" Christ or virtually the perfectible
land where the Palestinians have their history, geography and identity, continues to dominate Jabra's second novel, The Ship.
Toutefois, les concepteurs de ce nouvel indicateur temoignent qu'il est perfectible
, car il presente cinq lacunes principales :
My guess is that criminal procedure is simply not perfectible
In our essence we are pure and perfectible
, just as God made us
Yet the moment of change is rarely perfectible
, and its identification makes manifest the manufactured quality of the discourse--its mythos.