Legislating members of a realm of epistemic ends have obligations to one another that are simultaneously epistemic and moral. Respecting these obligations not only promotes the ends of the discipline, it is in part constitutive of those ends. Falsification, fabrication, suppression of results and plagiarism undermine the epistemic enterprise. They are betrayals of trust.
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