Toruń, 10 April 1968.
I’m sending, as I do every year, an invitation to the meeting of our Committee, even though, as far as I know, you’ll be leaving on a trip shortly and will be gone for a long time. I sincerely regret that I won’t be seeing you this year at the conference on the history of logic, but at the same time I’m glad that you’ve once again received a well-deserved award and an opportunity to travel abroad. I’d be grateful to you for a few words of information as to what kind of foundation awards these Herder prizes and the conditions involved, because it’s necessary for Philosophical Movement.
I already sent my review of Stróżewski’s dissertation to the Dean’s office a few days ago; does anyone know when the colloquium will be held? I brought back an annoying case of bronchitis from my last trip to Warsaw; I hope, however, that it’ll ease up before my trip to Cracow.
Both of us send both of you our best holiday wishes as well as cordial regards