Because we have not a definite form except that of our body, we may say that any formation we receive from other people is in fact a kind of deformation.
The education and social training have conspicuously a lot of forms, but no one belongs to us. They match together into a social net with well formed boundaries, outside of which are all those who are unprepared for it.
And here is the touch stone of social abilities. We succeed as long we are able to run out of us into the social net by using the education or formation as a sheer instrument.
Otherwise, if we fall in love with a part of one of those formative matters, we risk becoming only deformed and unable to cope with that social net. Nonetheless, only such deformations are really awesome.