Origin of self-correcting
Related formsself-cor·rec·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for self-correcting
The story of Gliese 581g highlights how hard exoplanet-hunting is, and how science at its best is self-correcting.
At least since the last world war, most of the developed world has lived with the idea that popular suffrage is self-correcting.
"Miss Cora Dares," Pauline continued, with a self-correcting precision.The Adventures of a Widow|Edgar Fawcett
But this self-correcting motive was presently displaced by a motive of a different sort.Felix Holt, The Radical|George Eliot