Marcello Truzzi

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Marcello Truzzi (1935-2003) was a notable figure in the early years of the skeptical movement in the US. He became one of the founding members of the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP, later mercifully shortened to the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry) and co-chaired it together with Paul Kurtz. He quickly left the organization, though, as he felt they were not "true skeptics". (His view on skepticism was closer to Pyrrhonism and Forteanism than the CSICOP version.)

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