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Plagiarism

 
Plagiarism is the act of representing the intellectual contributions of another person as being created by you, or by an institution or group to which you are loyal.

Notice that the key phrase "another person" precludes any possibility of plagiarism if there is not at least one other person involved. This is presented here as an antidote, to counteract a rather transparent attempt by plagiarists to dilute the seriousness of real plagiarism, by promoting the self-contradictory notion of "self plagiarism."


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Shamelessly Using OPI
(Other People's Ideas)


Also: Leibniz, Gottfried     Wallace, Alfred Russel     Plagiarism Index

 
 


































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