Letter from Irena Krońska written in 03.06.1954

 c               EDITORIAL COMMITTEE         c                                               Warsaw, June 3, 1954
 c                c            Warsaw
 c      Krakowskie Przedmieście St. 79
 c                c                c                c                                     Honorable
 c                c                c                c                c                   Prof. Roman Ingarden
L.dz.220/LCP/54   c                c                c                    c                      Krakow
    c                c                c                c                c                c                Biskupia St. 14 apt.15


Meeting of the Editorial Committee
 c                c              c                 of the Library of the Classics of Philosophy will be held on Wednesday, June 16, at 5 p.m. at the Headquarters of the National Scientific Publishers PWN /Krakowskie Przedmieście 79/, according to the following agenda:

  1. Reading the minutes of the last meeting
  2. Report from the Secretary Office
  3. Selected terminological issues – in particular, a discussion on the proper way of translating Locke’s terms sensation and mind
  4. Free motions

Irena Krońska
 c   I Krońska

P.S. Regarding the matters raised in Professor’s last letter, I will write you after returning to Warsaw – I will not be able to do it today, because I am leaving for three days. Please find the list of Cartesian translators, prepared by Dąmbska, PhD, attached to the invitation. Whether they will also be discussed at the next meeting depends on whether Ms. Dąmbska will be able to join us on the 16th. If she cannot, then it will become material for the next meeting.

Cordial greetings

I Kronska

I cannot get in touch with Sowiński, and Laookon’s matter is still a mystery to me. PWN has not included it in their plan – maybe it was an error in the list? Maybe PIW took it over?

I confirm the receipt of the typescript of Critique. XXX XXX upon return – June 8th.