"Making a presentation is a moral act as well as an intellectual
activity. The use of corrupt manipulations and blatant rhetorical
ploys in a report or presentation - outright lying, flagwaving,
personal attacks, setting up phony alternatives, misdirection,
jargon-mongering, evading key issues, feigning disinterested
objectivity, willful misunderstanding of other points of view -
suggests that the quality, relevance, and integrity for evidence,
consumers of presentations should insist that presenters be held
intellectually and ethically responsible for what they show and
tell. Thus consuming a presentation is also an intellectual and a
Edward Tufte, Beautiful Evidence, 2006, p 141.
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