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  • n. The quality of being persuadable.


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  • True, the more contentious the issue, the more biased information and internal persuadability come into play, but still.

    The Weak Man

  • Of course, a philosopher will question assertions that he or she ought to persuaded of X; but that questioning too, the Phaedrus suggests, is part of a process aimed at warranted persuasion, and inevitably involves a mix of the “persuadability” of the philosopher on the one hand, and the truth (or falsity) of the claims on the other.

    Plato on Rhetoric and Poetry

  • Nowadays persuadability is hardly more studied but anybody who has empirically attained some proficiency in it has acquired the same tricks that are taught by theory.

    Criminal Psychology: a manual for judges, practitioners, and students

  • Nevertheless, as the young Count's good-nature and easy persuadability were among his best characteristics, he set about complying with

    The Marble Faun - Volume 2 The Romance of Monte Beni

  • I wish much to see — —. if I were but intimate with her. — do you believe the persuadability of the Beast? of the better order I do. no more of this: your determination concerning your future life must be regulated by the choice you shall make between the high delights & many anxieties of marriage — xx negation of both in the heart no more diseasd

    Letter 187

  • Today, let's cover seven factors to consider when designing your forms for maximum conversionability and persuadability:

    ClickZ News

  • You're not gonna persuade someone like Rick Warren (and, yes, I think his website rewrite is one piece of evidence of his persuadability) any other way.


  • If we quit getting our news from political blogs and our media explains legislation better, instead of bringing two ideologues on air to debate the talking points, then maybe 70% of Americans wouldnt believe a healthcare bill that cuts the deficit by 1.4 trillion over 20 years would add to the deficit. those poll numbers reflect the persuadability of Americans to an orchestrated campaign of lies by the right-wing out to destroy the Obama presidency.

    Liberal Values


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