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Posted by Monroe Freedman at 08:02 AM | Permalink
It's irresponsible scholarship: it may be due to carelessness, ignorance, a desire to appear "original," or several other reasons (and combination thereof). But, for academics, it's inexcusable. Thus one should rather expect a wholehearted apology, an act of contrition, from those who commit these sins of omission.
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January 29, 2013 at 01:47 PM
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