Postcard from Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz written 20.05.1935

Date of creation 20.05.1935
Reference code in archive ARI
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Resource type postcard
Field philosophy

20.V 1935                                                                 I am on p[age] 230 of LK.

Honoured and Dear Professor:

I am afraid that my last letter has discouraged you completely. I am especially worried that you may have been upset by my grotesque representation of how the phenomelogists do not acknowledge the body as the first object directly given (Husserl’s caricature). I apologize to you,  Professor, if it is so. I enclose words of deep respect,  gratitude and affection Witkacy.
My address until further not[ice]

Katowice, Zamkowa street 17, at the Krahelscys’

Summer becomes uncertain again.



Dr. Roman Ingarden
Prof. of Jan Kazimierz University
Zacharjewicza Street 7, apt. 8