v EDITORIAL COMMITTEE v v Warsaw, 10/15/1965
OF THE LIBRARY OF CLASSICS OF PHILOSOPHY v v Miodowa St. 10
v v at the
v National Scientific Publishers PWN
Prof. Roman Ingarden
Biskupia St. 14
Dear and Honorable Professor,
v thank you for your letter from 10/6. I did not answer right away because I wanted to find out more about the entire matter of Czech korunas. Mr. Gebethner is abroad, so he is not the one dealing with the matter personally. Yesterday I was told that things would probably be taken care of positively (but I cannot vouch for it).
v Professor’s introduction to Ideas has been rewritten – I am still waiting for the small bibliographical supplement I requested in the previous letter. You will get a contract very soon.
v I am very much looking forward to the article on Husserl, because it means both Husserl and Professor. The volume can be relatively large, up to 15 pages. I hope that you already feel better and will be able to go to Prague. Please give my warm regards to Potočka and Zumra.
My deepest respect
and cordial greetings
P.S. Please find attached the prescribed preface – with a request for some supplementation on pages 7 and 11. My minor corrections only concern some formal matters – I added the original titles and some punctuation details – to make it easier to see, I attach Professor’s original manuscript – but with a request for return it with the fair copy.
Once again cordial greetings IK