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=== classes of refs ===
 
=== classes of refs ===
  
explicitly noting a dependency on a source's legitimacy (usually implying the reference is viewed positively and as a source of accuracy/legitimacy, save in satire or proof by counterexample):
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implying the reference is viewed positively and as a source of accuracy/legitimacy:
#'based (in some part) on',  
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:'based (in some part) on', 'uses as positive reference/proof', 'uses as negative reference/proof'
#'uses as positive reference/proof',  
 
#'uses as negative reference/proof'
 
  
explicitly stating legitimacy:
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:'discounts/criticizes', 'promotes/supports', 'attempts to prove', 'attempts to disprove'
#'promotes/supports',  
 
#'attempts to prove',  
 
  
exlpicitly stating illegitimacy:
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:'cites as transmitter of fundamental cite'
#'discounts/criticizes',
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:: <sj> there's actually a lot of conflation of proximal reference with original source that goes on when one is lazy or pressed for time leading at times to the wrong people being recognized for discoveries when this was not their intent
#'attempts to disprove'
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::: <jgay> _sj_, yeah, that is really common.
  
meta-ref:
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:the anti-ref:  'presents a different and possibly incompatible perspective'
#'cites as transmitter of fundamental cite'
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: 'used as inspiration for this section' v. 'referred to for research but provided no inspiration for any section'
#: <sj> there's actually a lot of conflation of proximal reference with original source that goes on when one is lazy or pressed for time leading at times to the wrong people being recognized for discoveries when this was not their intent
 
#:: <jgay> _sj_, yeah, that is really common.
 
 
 
anti-ref:   
 
# 'presents a different and possibly incompatible perspective'
 
# 'referred to for research but provided no inspiration for any section'
 
  
  
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#poison cite - intended to reframe the real meaning of the cited work; cite doesn't really say what it's imputed to say
 
#poison cite - intended to reframe the real meaning of the cited work; cite doesn't really say what it's imputed to say
 
#misleading cite - intended to confuse the course of a discussion; cite doesn't affect the argument the way it's implied to
 
#misleading cite - intended to confuse the course of a discussion; cite doesn't affect the argument the way it's implied to
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== asides ==
 
== asides ==

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