Talk:Martin van Hees

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Notability of subject[edit]

Apologies for the vandalism committed by me.

The subject of this article fails notability per the six criteria of Wikipedia:Notability (academics).

  • 1. The person is regarded as a significant expert in his or her area by independent sources.
  • 2. The person is regarded as an important figure by independent notable academics in the same field.
  • 3. The person has published a significant and well-known academic work. An academic work may be significant or well known if, for example, it is widely used as a textbook; if it is itself the subject of multiple, independent works; or if it is widely cited by other authors in the academic literature.
  • 4. The person's collective body of work is significant and well-known.
  • 5. The person is known for originating an important new concept, theory or idea which is the subject of multiple, independent, non-trivial reviews or studies in works meeting our standards for reliable sources.
  • 6. The person has received a notable award or honor, or has been often nominated for them.


I argue that Van Hees is a professor who is yet to publish notable work or receive notable honor. Wikipedia might as well start an article on all academics regardless of academic merit and achievement. I propose that this article should be deleted. (talk) 09:05, 10 July 2008 (UTC)

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