Toruń, 7 April 1966.
This letter will reach you at Easter, so I’ll start by sending both of you our sincere and cordial wishes.
Today I received an invitation to the meeting of the IFS[O1] Academic Council at which the issue of Iza’s nomination is to be raised. I intend to make the trip for this meeting, although it doesn’t fall at a very good time for me, but, as I doubt you can be there before your trip, I think that one of us applicants must be there to defend the case if necessary.
A review copy of Merleau-Ponty’s book Phänomenologie der Wahrnehmung (Phän-Psychol. Forsch. 7, Walter de Gruyter) was sent to Philosophical Movement. I’d be very grateful if you wouldn’t mind providing Movement with a brief discussion of this book, which certainly is valuable. If you’d be so good as to undertake this, I’ll send you the book ‒ the deadline is not urgent and can be left to your discretion.
Gratefully making use of your permission, I’d arrive in Cracow on the night train on Thursday, the 21st of this month, and report to you around 8 a.m. I’ll have to stay in Cracow until Sunday evening.
Both of us send very cordial regards,
[O1]Institut Filologii Słowianskiej [?]
Jeśli tak: Institute of Slavic Philology