Gräfelfing, July 9, 1938
My honored and dear friend,
n By this mail, I am taking the liberty to send you a copy of my portrayal of my philosophy. I found a few copies quite by accident, and I am sending them to my friends (the book was published four years ago, but was impossible to find in bookstores) because I believe that this represents the best overview of my philosophical thought processes. I am assuming that you are interested in this work.
n I hope that this postcard finds you well and that you have overcome the flu. I have been feeling quite well recently, although I suffered from several gout attacks during the winter and spring. I am sorry to inform you that my attempts at learning the Polish language have not yet resulted in any notable success. I have been quite busy, and I have been unable to find a conversation partner. That would certainly make things a lot easier. I hope that this problem will be corrected soon so I can resume my studies more successfully.
n In grateful remembrance of your kind efforts and your concern for me during my stay in Lwów which made the stay one of the most beautiful memories of my lifetime.
n n n n n n n n Warm regards from your devoted,
n n n n n n n n H. Cornelius
Sender: Professor Hans Cornelius,
Gräfelfing b. Munich
Dr. R Ingarden