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I think he's notable enough to hang onto. He's certainly close enough that he deserves a full discussion, not just a speedy delete. He's the director of an institute (ISERP) which is notable. He is the author of a book that was notable enough to be reviewed in Publishers Weekly and has nearly 600 hits on Google Scholar. I'm not sure if these meet standards of notability, but I don't think he's so far that he should be speedy deleted. -- Amazins490 05:47, 20 May 2007 (UTC)