quinta-feira, 12 de março de 2009

Norman Golb defende seu filho Raphael

Segundo o jornal israelense Ha'aretz, em matéria assinada por Ofri Ilani, sob o título Dead Sea Scrolls scholar defends son arrested for impersonating rival, Norman Golb acha que seu filho Raphael está certo no que fez, pois usar heterônimos [autores que publicam textos sob o nome verdadeiro de outra pessoa] nos blogs é uma prática muito comum...

Será?

Diz o jornal [Last update - 12/03/2009 - 06h15]:
The Dead Sea Scrolls scholar whose son was arrested last week on suspicion of impersonating an rival scholar says his son understood his opponents were trying to silence him. Professor Norman Golb, of the University of Chicago, believes that the Dead Sea Scrolls were not written by the Essenes, as mainstream scholarship holds. "Raphael, my son, is very devoted to my research. He realized years ago that there was an effort to close the door on my opinions. And so he started debating bloggers who were against me, using aliases. That's the custom these days with blogs, as I understand it [sublinhado meu]," Norman Golb said.

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