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