Toruń, 14 April 1969.
Dear Roman! Thank you very much for your letter of the 5th of this month. You ask about the report on the Italian Encyclopaedia. I think it’d be a good idea to write now about its four volumes, and when the next two come out you’ll be able to give additional information about them. I’m very grateful to you for your willingness to undertake this effort.
After some thought, I’d like to entitle my projected lecture ‘Truth in Learning’ – that came out better for me in the process of editing it. Is this change still possible? ‒ if the notice has already been prepared, let it stay the way it was.
Cordial regards from both of us,
I kiss your wife’s hand and for you and your son, firm handshakes
The Most Honourable
Prof. Dr Roman Ingarden
ul. Biskupia 14 apt.15
Toruń, Warszawska 20