Letter to Władysław Tatarkiewicz written 26.10.1965

Cracow, 26/10/1965

Dear Władysław,

            thank you for your letter (received yesterday), and I’m glad that you’re going to be in Cracow. Thank you as well for the offer to deliver a lecture at the Polish Philosophical Society. However, the topic you cited already comprised the contents of the lecture you had last year with us, so perhaps this was an error. In that case, please send some information a week in advance of the date on which you’d like to have the lecture with us.

            It’s possible that I’ll come to the meeting of the First Department on 6 November, insofar as my health allows, as it hasn’t been very good lately. I didn’t come to the meeting of the Institute of Philosophy of the Polish Academy of Sciences recently because I didn’t feel well, and moreover I didn’t want to participate in the habilitations of either Gordon or Ziemski, who’s currently submitting papers we rejected five years ago and which the Jagiellonian University subsequently didn’t want to print. I doubt Ziemski is capable of writing a better paper, but I don’t want [O1] to stand in his way.

            If I come, we’ll probably see each other, but in any case, please send a few lines beforehand concerning the lecture. Cordial greetings

                                                                                             Your Roman


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