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  • noun

Antonyms for fallibility

the likelihood of making errors

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Now, the Church of England, in proclaiming her own fallibility, did so with a peremptoriness, which elevated this part of her teaching, and this alone, to the dignity of dogma.
The discussion progresses through chapters that explore the nature of freedom in relation to reason beyond the simple rationality of choice, the concept of responsibility and its links with freedom, the construction of personal identity in relation to the self and the world, the concept of contextual individualism as a mode of rationally managing responsibilities, and the vulnerability and fallibility of the contextual individual.
The fallibility of Hot Spot, which forms part of the decision review system (DRS) in international cricket, were exposed this summer when several faint edges went undetected, the report said.
It was also a hard lesson in the fallibility of electronics and in my own fallibility.
Besides walking away with the idea that there is no simple or singular way to articulate a physician's responsibilities, readers may be interested in the author's view that even those medical personnel following religious ethical systems must do so with humility and tolerance of other views because human fallibility is always a factor.
The last straw for me was realising the fallibility of your sidekick Nick Hewer, who I'd always thought knew what he was talking about.
Once fallibility is revealed by the actuality of Christ's redemption, it shows itself as--paradoxically--a great blessing.
Tottenham play great football and have outstanding individuals, but have a fallibility of collapsing on occasion and that's what happened against Arsenal at the weekend.
Lectures included the importance and role of forgiveness in the life of Muslim here and hereafter and fallibility of human life.
The current conceptualization and knowledge gained in computer and information science suffers from the fallibility of drawing analogies from the classical research in the domains.
But their fallibility was shown up by Pakistan, who beat them in their final group match of this tournament, and India's strong batting line-up proved too powerful for Ponting's men.
The takeaway from this unfortunate instance of journalistic fallibility is a helpful reminder that, well, journalists are fallible.
It is indicative of the new system's fallibility that, at 10.
The Iliad, Homer A treatise on the fallibility of human beings, this book can be likened to the Mahabharata.