Letter from Irena Krońska written in 04.04.1953

c        EDITORIAL COMMITTEE                                 c                     Warsaw, April 4, 1953
of the Library of Classics of Philosophy
      c                  at
the State Publishing Institute PIW
      c            Warsaw
c Krakowskie Przedmieście St. 79

 prof. Roman Ingarden

      c          c                                    c                              c        Krakow
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      c          c               Honorable Professor,

      c    as the next meeting of the Committee, which will probably take place in the last ten days of April, will be devoted to discussing issues related to Aristotle’s translations, I attach the first part of translation of Analytics, which Prof. Marian Plezia has prepared for the Committee, as discussion material.

      c    We will announce the exact date of the meeting on a separate occasion.

      c          c          c          c     My deepest respect

1 attachment: typescript.        c                                    c          c             Irena Krońska
      c          c          c          c          c  c c c        c          c              c              I Krońska
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P.S. I have reviewed a large part of Spinoza – Leszek Kołakowski is coming back today and will soon be coming by to see the comments and corrections. My impression based on the reading I have done so far is that it would be very desirable and perhaps even necessary to check the entire text this way. Although, while reading, I am proven that the work done is good and XXX, in many cases it significantly gains in value when certain changes, sometimes even just stylistic ones, are introduced. – After conferring with Kołakowski I will write more on this matter.

Cordial greetings
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