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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Grounds and Defamation

Grounds are interpretations of evidence that support an argument. To say that one does not have sufficient grounds to make an argument simply suggests their argument is a nuisance without more grounds. To say that one does not have sufficient grounds to conclude is to say that other explanations are possible of the phenomena critical to their argument, that they do not have sufficient grounds to negate those explanations.

Your credibility is liable for what you say. This is necessary because what you say will inform or misinform peops. If what you say negatively misrepresents an entity, you may also be fiscally liable due to Defamation of Character laws. Misrepresentation includes inappropriately framed references to factual events. If you refer in a way that misleads, you are responsible.

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