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In opposition to Dewey's argument, it would be reasonable to contend that plasticity is inherent in all nervous substance.
JOHN DEWEY'S LOGICAL THEORYDELTON THOMAS HOWARD
This same element of plasticity accounts for the breaking of habits.
HOW TO TEACHGEORGE DRAYTON STRAYER AND NAOMI NORSWORTHY
The other quality we are to look for in the soul is mouldableness, plasticity.
Sand, possessing no plasticity, cannot be shaped or made to hold together.
THE POTTER'S CRAFTCHARLES F. BINNS
The Girondists, who knew him, boasted of his honesty, and relied on his plasticity and weakness.
It will likewise be observed that evidences of plasticity in the modeling material would not exist.
Or it may be simply that plasticity increases with inter-breeding on a wider basis.
ANTHROPOLOGYROBERT MARETT
Without the plasticity of mind, his life in society would benefit him relatively little.
THE GROUP MINDWILLIAM MCDOUGALL
A brain must be dealt with, too old for plasticity, like sculptor's clay hardened beyond amendment of form.
THE TYRANNY OF WEAKNESSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Production thus had but little vigour, and what was more serious still, its plasticity was interfered with.

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