Letter to Władysław Tatarkiewicz written 29.03.1961

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Cracow, 29/3/1961

                Dear Władysław,

                                              With the approaching Easter holiday, I’m sending best wishes for a ‘Happy Easter’ to both of you dear people. I’m taking this opportunity to inform you that, while reviewing a library cabinet at the Cracow Branch of the Polish Philosophical Society yesterday, we found a number of copies of Philosophical Review, among them a rather large package with copies of the 1945 (?) yearbook[O1] . I’d like to know whether to send all this to your address. Among other things, there are a number of reprints of articles about the 50th anniversary of philosophy in Poland, including a part by Iza Dąmbska. Perhaps these copies could be offered to her?

                I’ve been visited within the last few days by Ms Suchorzewska; they’ve refused to print part of her paper, and the Senate also seems to have rejected her habilitation. She’s cursing all of us who were unable to appreciate her ‘dissertation’ (which deserves a place alongside Vaihinger’s commentary and Vleeschauwer’s book). What to do? Iza nearly became ill from listening to her screaming.

                               At the end of April I’m participating in the Session of Logic in Jabłonna. Maybe we’ll see each other then.

Cordial greetings

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