Phillip K. Dick, author of SF novels that have been made into numerous films ("Blade Runner", "Minority Report", "Paycheck") denied the existence of a certain person. Who was that person?

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Stanislaw Lem
Stanis­law Lem is a Polish SF writer, author of "So­lar­is". In 1974 Philip K. Dick (prob­a­bly suf­fer­ing from schizophre­ni­a) sent the letter to the FBI stating that "Lem is probably a com­pos­ite com­mit­tee rather than an in­di­vid­u­al, since he writes in several styles and some­times reads foreign, to him, lan­guages (...) these people are Marxists (...) and a threat to our whole field of science fiction"

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