Letter to the Polish Academy of Science written 24.04.1969

Professor Roman Ingarden (senior)
Krakow, Biskupia 14                          c                          c                     Krakow, 4/24/1969

      c            Faculty I of the P. A. S. Office
      c                      c                      c              WARSAW Palace of Culture and Science

In response to the letter from June 18 this year no. WI/50/69 I am kindly reporting that I belong to the following international institutions and scientific societies:

  1. Institut International de Philosophie, 173 Boulevard Saint-Germain Paris VI-e, France, appointed member, no membership fees.
  2. International phenomenological Society, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffelo, Ney York, USA, appointed member, no membership fees.
  3. The American Society for Aesthetics, honorary President prof. Thomas Munro, c / o Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, 44106, U.S.A. invited member, membership fee (including The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism) USD 9 paid by me in PLN through the P.A.S.
  4. Société Francaise d’Esthétique, président Etienne Souriau de l’Institut, I do not have a more precise address, other than the address for the journal issued by the Society Revue d’Esthétique (16, rue Chaptal Paris, IX-e, France), fees –  for the journal so far I have been paying CHF 30 per year for xxxxxxx through the Polish Academy of Sciences (in PLN), recently the fee has been raised to CHF 35, I will have to amend my past payments.

v e r t e

(prof. Roman Ingarden, senior)
full member  xxxxxxx of the P.A.N.

For years now I have also been a member of the so-called “Consulting Foreign Editors” Journal published by the International Phenomenological Society titled “Philosophy and phenomenological Research.” This function is purely honorary. I have not yet been asked about any editorial matter.

(prof. R. Ingarden)