Letter to Władysław Tatarkiewicz written 20.01.1961
thank you for your last letter. I wanted to tell you that Ms Łobaczewska is already home and feels much better, even though it seems she’s not completely all right; the improvement is very important. I spoke with her on the phone; she told me that just before the accident she’d prepared everything for sending the article for Aesthetics. Maybe, then, she’ll be able to do it now, but I didn’t insist on it because I didn’t want to influence her health.
I must also tell you that I’ve resigned from the editorial board of Aesthetics. I have no intention of remaining in touch with the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology at all, given the series of affronts they’ve permitted themselves. Anyway, I wouldn’t have any influence on the content of the magazine, and my name would figure there without any material effect. (x)
Nothing new with me. Lots of work, very little time.
Cordial greetings and I wish you all the best in the New Year
(x) Besides, there are a number of people there who aren’t professors at all; nor have they ever occupied themselves with aesthetics.