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"If you copy from one author, its plagiarism. If you copy from two, its research."
There are sayings about every thing these days. Here are some that may cause you to smile and some may even make you laugh. When all else fails, lower your standards. I donít know, I donít care, and it doesnít make any difference. I donít have any solution but I certainly admire the problem. My opinions may have changed, but not the fact that I am right. If at first you donít succeed, redefine success. When things just canít get any worse, they will. Anytime things appear to be going better, you have overlooked something. Laugh at your problems, everyone else does. Itís bad luck to be superstitious. Everybody is somebody elseís weirdo. According to my best recollection, I donít remember. Plagiarism is copying from one source; research is copying from two or more. When a person is dying the words they udder are captured and can whole a lot of meaning. Roman Emperor Augustus: "Did I play my role well? If so, then applauseÖ " Stonewall Jackson "Let us pass over the river, and rest under the shade of the trees." Isaac Newton, great Christian Scientist, "I donít know what I may seem to the world. But as to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the seashore and diverting myself now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than the ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me. Leonardo da Vinci: Italian inventor and artist, died in 1519 "I have offended God and mankind because my work did not reach the quality it should have" Churchill: English Statesman - He said this at his death bed: "What a fool I have been" Ludwig von Beethoven: "Friends applaud, the comedy is over." John Newton b. 1725. d. 1807. Originally a slaver, he had a dramatic mid-ocean change of heart that led him to turn his slave ship around and take the people back to their homeland. He became a Methodist then he pastored Presbyterian & Baptist Churches and preached against the slave-trade. He is most famous for having authored the words to the hymn "Amazing Grace". As he neared his end, exclaimed, "I am still in the land of the dying; I shall be in the land of the living soon."
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Cheating Up: 38% of undergraduate students admit that during the past year they engaged in one or more instances of ďcut and pasteĒ plagiarism involving the Internet, up from 10% 3 years ago reports a new Rutgers University survey. 40% admit plagiarizing written sources in the past year. About half consider this sort of plagiarism trivial. (Gazette 9/3/03)
Troubling Moral Climate: Americans are troubled by our moral climate, according to the Gallup Pollís ďmorality meterĒ 59% are somewhat (29%) or very (30%) dissatisfied with the U.S. moral and ethical climate ó which includes a wide range of issues: sexual and violent content in television and movies, racial prejudice, rampant divorce, corporate scandals, gay rights (pro and con), plagiarism in schools and mor...
In his [Barnaís] new volume he flatly states that moral anarchy has arrived and rules our culture today. The argument hinges on a substantial amount of attitudinal and behavioral evidence: record bankruptcy levels, frivolous lawsuits, the rapid growth of the pornography industry, highway speeding as the norm, income tax cheating, computer hacking and viruses, rising levels of white collar crime, rampant copyright violations (movies, books, recordings), terrorism and intimidation tactics, Net-based plagiarism, emotional comfort with lying and cheating, increasing rates of co-habitation and adultery, and so forth.
Moreover, Barna takes the argument farther and suggests that the United States is now in a state of spiritual anarchy as well. He mentioned that millions of peopleís faith activity is no longer affected by parameters such as church loyalty, respect for clergy, acceptance of absolutes, tolerance of Christianity, reverence for God, a desire to strive ...