DIS095-001: When Another Is Wrong A very basic principle, and at this point its not even hundred-level, but remedial: • That another person is wrong does not automatically mean you are correct. Who needs this one explained? Because it has an obvious implication: • That another person is wrong does not license anyone else's error or impropriety. And that, really, is not so difficult. But it is inconvenient; that much is easy enough to acknowledge. That is also why something so obvious, like this, needs to be explained. Which, in turn, can be problematic: It is hard to know what to tell someone if they cannot explain what confuses them.