[eDebate] Standards for Evidence/Skarb
Tue May 12 02:38:18 CDT 2009
On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 11:04 PM, Andy Ellis <andy.edebate at gmail.com> wrote:
> I Don't think justin is unethical, cheating, or any other such thing...next
> time i see him i may be like man those where some bad cards...f those people
> who call you a cheater, but man those are some awful cards...
> but here is a question, in a different scenario...say "mario savio" wrote
> the exact same text that was in this article, a coach found the article two
> days before the TOC. They read it and know two things...there are some
> "great cards" and this article has no warrents and no citations...are they
> unethical if they cut the good card out of the bad article? are they
> unethical if they don't tell the rest of the community about the good card
> in the bad article?
> No...say most people i imagine...thats different AT LEAST IT WAS NOT
> PREPARED JUST FOR DEBATE...but in a sense it was...it is the cards not the
> article that are for debate, this article would have less credibility of the
> whole thing where printed out with the cards...but when its not who wrote
> the original article is largely irrelevant, because the original articles is
> substaintialy modified to win debates...to me if justin is unethical so is
> everyone who cuts good cards out of articles they know are bad...
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