420R. A. J. Ayer to Harrod, 14 January 1935 [a]

Follows on from 413 R. Ayer is relieved that Whitehead liked his work, but shares Harrod's opinion that his views may be an obstacle in the way of his getting to Oxford. "[Y]our own good opinion on my book has made me very much more cheerful". [1]

  1. 1. A. J. Ayer, Language, Truth and Logic (1936), of which Harrod was sent the two central chapters (see note 1 to letter 413 R). Harrod read the remainder of the book in February 1936 (letter 518 ); see [jump to page] for his opinion. For Whitehead's comment see letter 419 R.
    1. a. From 18, Bruton Street, London, four pages ALS, in HPBL Add. 71181/104-105.


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