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Resource ID: #13323
Subject: Fraud
Source: Lingua Franca (Mamaroneck, N.Y.)


Lingua Franca chronicles the contorversy in the phlisophical profession surrounding the origin of the New Theory of Reference. Originally, many thought that the theory originated with Saul A. Kripke, a professor at Princeton, but recently, Quentin Smith, a professor at Western Michigan University, spoke at a American Philosophical Association conference and blatantly accused Kripke of plagerism, claiming that the theory originated with Ruth Barcan Marcus, . (January/February 1996)

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