Letter to Kazimierz Twardowski written 01.03.1935

Date of creation 1.03.1935
Related places Lviv
Reference code in archive PTF Rps 02.1, t. XII
Copyrights all rights reserved
Resource type letter
Field philosophy

In Lviv, 1/3/1935



Most Honourable Professor!

I thank you most cordially for graciously remembering me and for sending me name-day wishes, which I always count among the nicest of all that I receive on that day.

Given this opportunity, I’d like to inform you that Drukarnia Związkowa [Union Printing] hasn’t yet sent me a bill for Prof. Kotarbiński[O1] ’s offprint. I telephoned the printers on Tuesday and they promised to send me a bill on Wednesday, but so far the promise hasn’t been kept. As a result, I haven’t been able to settle anything regarding this matter.

I’ve read half of Tatarkiewicz[O2] ’s dissertation; I suppose that around Sunday I’ll be ready with it.

                       I enclose expressions of profound esteem and respect

                                                                                                               Roman Ingarden



[O1]Tadeusz Kotarbiński (1886‒1981)
[O2]Władysław Tatarkiewicz (1886‒1980)