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jwpat7's fickle is a good word for someone who changes his opinion easily - but it's invariably derogatory, and implies changing one's opinion without good cause.. There's also open-minded, with positive associations implying that one is able and willing to accept new information which justifies changing one's opinion.. Those are answers to the question in OP's title.
The theory that can absorb the greatest number of facts, and persist in doing so, generation after generation, through all changes of opinion and detail, is the one that must rule all observation. Votes: 2 Adam Smith I can have my day carefully planned, but if someone wakes up with a cough or a sniffle, then everything changes.
To not change, or to refuse to change your opinion; A change of opinion; To form an opinion, or to have an idea; To have an opinion or opinions; Often changing your opinions; To believe or accept that something is true or exists; Ways of saying that you do not believe something; To depend on or trust someone or something
The theory that can absorb the greatest number of facts, and persist in doing so, generation after generation, through all changes of opinion and detail, is the one that must rule all observation. Votes: 2 Adam Smith I can have my day carefully planned, but if someone wakes up with a cough or a sniffle, then everything changes.
U.S. public opinion rose slowly from 1996 to 2001 in favor of physician-assisted suicide, from 52% in 1996 to 68% in 2001. After 2001 a slow decline occurred, with 56% in favor of physician-assisted suicide in 2007. (See Figure 11.3.)