Nor does Protagoras deny that men are teachable and modifiable.
They are modifiable merely for the sake of economy or other convenience.
"Human nature" is modifiable and economic choice and action are factors in this indivisible process (§§ 2-4).
It is a statement of the fact that conduct is modifiable and that such modifications may become permanent.
Means of correcting the modifiable being that we call bad, and encouraging the other that we call good.
The little part of the scheme of affairs which is modifiable by our efforts is continuous with the rest of the world.
More from observing others than by studying ourselves we see how modifiable a thing human nature is.
What are her natural disabilities, and to what extent are they modifiable by new arrangements of social and domestic life?