06 February 2010

On a thoughtftul consideration of what constitutes plagiarism

No--I'm not posting this (merely) because I am quoted approvingly. Jim Hamlyn explores what "plagiarism" means in the context of a discipline in which (critically, implicit) allusion and reference matter a lot, and provides much food for thought.

1 comment:

  1. Glad you liked it!

    Your readers might also be interested in this excellent Video on TED:





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