Prof. Roman Ingarden v v v Kraków, 12/17/1954
Krakow, Biskupia 14 apt. 15
vThe Editorial Committee of the Library of the Classics of Philosophy
v v v in WARSAW
v Please find attached the last page of my introduction to the translation of Kant’s “Critique of Pure Reason” /in two copies, the white sheet is to replace the last page of the previously delivered copy, the blue sheet supplements the submitted text.
v In accordance with my agreement with Ms. Krońska, I shall send in the index and the terminological supplement by the end of February 1955, but I would like to ask for a prompt return of my copies of “Critique” sent to the Committee, as they help me navigate the original text. I do not need the two typescripts of the translation that are currently in the Committee’s possession at this point, but as soon as I receive the corrections, please send me a copy on white paper which includes my corrections, whether they be added manually or printed.
v Thank you for sending me the copy of the corrected version of Spinoza’s Ethics.
v I shall send in my opinion on the Introduction to Leibniz by prof. Kołakowski in the middle of next week. I sent all corrections for Leibniz to Dąmbska, PhD, in parts, with the last one sent out on 12/15. I did not read the corrections of Ms. Dąmbska’s notes, as I consider those to lie within the responsibilities of the translator.
/prof. Roman Ingarden, Sr./