Re: [OPE-L] Ajit Sinha's Letter of Resignation

From: Dogan Goecmen (dogangoecmen@AOL.COM)
Date: Wed Nov 14 2007 - 13:29:53 EST

Jerry, I do not want to trevel in the history of our list just now.
With "this problem" I meant Ajit issue. 
You seem to try establish the case that Rakesh is a problem.
I do not think so as I argued in my former posts. 
When M.L. left the list he said that there are other lists he wants to engage more.
The issue is closed for me. I will not reply any e-mails in this matter anymore.
Lets get back to real issues.

There is my question: are there corne stones in the history of the reception of Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations, which must be taken in the account if I wanted to produce a paper on how Smith's work has been used and misused?

In solidarity,

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Verschickt: Mi., 14. Nov. 2007, 18:44
Thema: Re: [OPE-L] Ajit Sinha's Letter of Resignation

> Or do we have some equals and more equals on the list?

Do you want me to review the circumstances (a long track
ecord of infractions going back many years) which led to the
reation of a special policy for Rakesh?
Do I need to explain to you, for example, how serious it is to
ublicly charge others with plagiarism?

 We should solve this problem fundamentally.

 agree. The most democratic way to resolve it would be for
s to have a public discussion on the status of Rakesh
ollowed by a vote.
In solidarity, Jerry

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