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A lengthy CV-style hagiography that I've tried to turn into at least a decent stub. Been reverted twice; the anon even removed the categories. Maybe this guy doesn't even pass WP:BIO. There also was an effort to get Necroeconomics (topic of Papava's book) included; it got deleted after an AfD. Lupo 14:39, 20 October 2006 (UTC) (moved from "comments" subpage by Crockspot 15:09, 20 October 2006 (UTC), requesting deletion of subpage.)
I think that notability is established, and it meets WP:BIO as a subject, but this article does need quite a bit of work to meet the guidelines. It may be the subject who is doing the reverts. If the subject does not wish for others to edit/improve this article, then they should not have an article on Wikipedia. Pretty simple concept. Crockspot 15:49, 20 October 2006 (UTC)