Member Rara Avis
no, not from reading the quotes of his
i think articles are written based on what the writer of the article thinks.
if you go through that article and read only the author himself said about the error, only his quotes and none of the analysis, maybe you'll agree with me...
or maybe i'm wrong... very tired tonight.... i'll come back and read it again tomorrow and re-evaluate it...
for now, though, that's how i see it... i mean, hell, even in one of the quotes of his, he used an apostrophe at the wrong place and the article writer wrote "(sic)",,,, perhaps he has a lot of great insight and is a fine writer but isn't as adept as he should be at the necessary precision of punctuation, who knows..?
i think it's dangerous to blame someone of plaigiarism especially when they come right out and say, "you're right, i screwed up, i'll fix it, i'm sorry" (paraphrased)
i'm a firm believer in giving everybody, bar none, the benefit of the doubt.....
but i'll read it again tomorrow and maybe look for more info on this too
do YOU think he did it on purpose? and if so, why?