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1 Please accept my heartfelt thanks, and let me assure you that your gift has made me very happy. I don’t know a single one of these plays and had been considering getting the book myself in order to familiarize myself with this period of drama about which I know almost nothing. It has come at just the right time, and I will dive into it immediately. Let me also thank you for your letter of the 2nd of this month. It’s a crying shame that we live so far apart; I am working intensely on my “History” and discover new problems every day.
Goldstein,” Journal de Psychologie Normale et Pathologique 36 (1939): 107–38. 4. Schütz did travel to Harvard, where presumably he met Talcott Parsons for the first time. 7. Voegelin to Schütz Evanston, Ill. August 19, 1939 Dear Friend: Thank you very much for your letter of the 16th of this month. In the matter of your research appointment, I was able to make a bit of progress today. The members of the department of economics had taken cognizance of the matter but, as I found out the middle of this week, they hadn’t hurried themselves any.
Siegfried Kracauer (1889–1966). 5. Schütz to Voegelin Paris June 30, 1939 Dear Friend: Not only do I want to thank you for your letter of May 1st,1 which I have irresponsibly neglected to answer, but I want to tell you something about our plans. My wife, who very much enjoyed her visit with your wife in New York, has returned after taking care of all the things that had to be done. She was also able to meet her mother when she arrived at London airport from Vienna, where she had endured almost interminable difficulties.
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