In a few paragraphs in the FAQ section [Frequently Asked Questions] the society puts the authorship issue aside and concisely excludes any reasonable doubt on the Stratford man as their "name patron".
Reminiscent to a collective repression mechanism, the society denies in a few sentences, a nearly 200-year history of global intellectual debate of the reasons, which produced about 5,000 books that have dealt with the question of the real author.
For well-understood reasons the company feels no need to explain the key points of the debate.-
The society states that although none of the theories according to present knowledge are acceptable, they nevertheless remaine highly interesting because they would allow conclusions about the cultural desires of the time.
Basic question: What would change for the company if it turned out that the author of "Romeo and Juliet" or "Hamlet" was not the man from Stratford but Christopher Marlowe, who took "Shakespeare" as one of his many pseudonyms ?