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Is it sometimes moral for a person to cite a source he or she doesn't have complete knowledge about?

Asked by: holla1755
  • Different Publications Should Be Permitted to Have Different Standards

    A person shouldn't have to always have full knowledge about a source he or she cites. Maybe in highly definitive publications the author or authors should have full knowledge about all sources he or she or they cite, but it seems that having the standard always that high would be too burdensome and would hold society back from reaching its full potential.

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