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Old 03-17-2004, 08:09 AM   #15
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IMHO, since "ehtical" usually refers to the stndards sets by some professional organization, and there are very few professional organizations in Aikido that set and police those standards, and your instructor would have to belong to that organization for them to have jurisdiction over him, this may not be an "ehtical" question.

OTOH, if they agreed to teach a class at a certain time for a certain fee, and you paid that fee and showed up at that time, IMHO your agreement with them would require them to teach.

Lynn Seiser PhD
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