The easiest issue is, of course, the intentional use of the ideas and words of another. Where this is done every effort will be made to give a specific citation...on to a general attribution. If there is no information as to its source, but it still belongs to another, this will be stated.
However, it is the second use...unintentional...which is problematic. There will be text of my own exposition in TSS...in which I might express
an idea or position that others will identify as belonging to someone else. Since I've already stated that I will never knowingly take credit
for the ideas of a known source, this expression will be my own. To have a thought on one's own which another has also had...is not plagerism...
its originality. To have the same thought, observation, or conclusion that another had doesn't diminish that thought. On the contrary,
it unites those individuals into a community of thinkers...dialectically arising from solitary effort. Where this acceptable kind of duplication
occurs, identification of this should be the point...not accusations. This is, admittedly, a difficult issue in the realm of integrity.
I'll do my best.