Definition of corrigibility in English:

corrigibility

Pronunciation /ˌkôrijəˈbilitē/ /ˌkär-/

noun

See corrigible

  • ‘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.’
  • ‘It defends the general reliability, corrigibility, and progressiveness of empirical knowledge against relativism and skepticism.’
  • ‘Yet another aspect to look at when analyzing theories is corrigibility.’

Pronunciation

corrigibility

/ˌkôrijəˈbilitē/ /ˌkär-/