Letter from Tadeusz Czeżowski written 5/12/1946
Toruń, 12 May 1946.
Dear Mr Roman.
I sincerely thank you for giving me, by way of Zygmunt Czern[O1] ., the proofs of: ‘On Architectural Works’, ‘The Essential Problem of Form’, and ‘Man and Time’. I was acquainted with the dissertation ‘Man and Time’ in the previous edition, as I had read it once with students in one of my seminars; thus I will now read the new conclusion with interest. I see that this is proof of the already visibly revived Philosophical Quarterly. I sincerely congratulate Colleague Zawirski on his success. How far along are the preparations for Studia Philosophica? Prof. Elz. is extremely worried because he was unable to carry out his promise to submit his article; he is so busy now that the writing is constantly being postponed. Is there any prospect of a revival of the Philosophical Review and Philosophical Movement?
Our life here is flowing along among the usual lecture classes. I have a new edition of my Propedeutyki [Propaedeutics], which I’ve largely rewritten, in press. I also have a more comprehensive textbook of Logiki [Logic], which I finished during the war, for which I already have a publishing contract, but I don’t know when it will go to press.
Warmest expressions and cordial greetings
[O1]Czerny [?] Wiadomo, że Czeżowski skróci nazwiska, ale dlaczego tutaj?