A professor said that in a graduate seminar on Husserl, in an offhand criticism of Heidegger, at Duquesne University, some time around 1976, or so.
Though I suppose it might as well have been a Kant seminar.
But it wasn't.
A few years later, I had a graduate seminar on Kant at Pitt with Wilfie Sellars.
Of course, his was rather a different view.
I never had the least idea he was an alcoholic.
Apparently, he died of the effects, somehow.
Everybody dies of something.
I knew his disciple, Hoagland, drank a hell of a lot.
But not him.