People who refuse to prefix "Pseudo" to "Dionysius the Areopagite"
Okay, okay, so the author of the Dionysian corpus claims to be a first-century disciple of Saint Paul (Acts 17:34) and also happens to cites the fifth-century writings of the pagan Neoplatonist Proclus (412-485).
That's a problem. Florentine humanist Lorenzo Valla (d. 1457) blew the whistle and now everyone knows.
But why be smug about it and add insult to injury by constantly affixing "Pseudo-" to the name? Everybody knows that its pseudonymous, why rub it in?
Let's just be civilized and talk about "Dionysius".
So join our group: People who refuse to prefix "Pseudo" to "Dionysius the Areopagite".