In the above description it has been assumed that the two errorless parallels have been selected.
Paramount among agitators as I think Mazzini, it is a duty to admit that he was not errorless.
Remember, I have no hope of finding a solution in an errorless human being.
We can give them their errorless, mechanical men—just as soon as we find ways of correcting the blockage of the feedback pulses!
We will 'ostensibly work at the task of developing an errorless man', is the way I believe you put it.
And your iron-hard, errorless Superman is going to be the most emotionally sensitive creature you can produce.
He should at once begin to cancel and prove by checking that errorless cancellation always gives the right answer.
The jewel itself was not so precious as the rays of enduring light which form it, and flash from it, beneath that errorless hand.
It knows simply what is there, and brings out the positive creature, errorless, unquestionable.
But it is usually desirable to impose some condition which itself will fix the errorless parallels.
also, through 18c., errour, c.1300, from Old French error "mistake, flaw, defect, heresy," from Latin errorem (nominative error) "a wandering, straying, mistake," from errare "to wander" (see err).
Words for "error" in most Indo-European languages originally meant "wander, go astray" (but cf. Irish dearmad "error," from dermat "a forgetting").
error er·ror (ěr'ər)
A defect or insufficiency in structure or function.
An act, an assertion, or a decision, especially one made in testing a hypothesis, that unintentionally deviates from what is correct, right, or true.