Second-Hand Scholarship

Where an author's foreign-language citations are both few in number and strikingly long in the tooth, it is hard to resist the uncharitable suspicion that they have been "recycled."
–Markus Bockmuehl, Seeing the Word, 35.
April 16, 2012


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