214Z. Gilbert Ryle to Harrod, 6 March, 1931 [a]

Replies to a letter not found, follows on from 213 Z. Ryle specifies that Harrod is regarded as Lindemann's spokesman not because he agrees with him, but because he gives special information that he could only have obtained by confabulation with the Prof. Ryle warns Harrod that a certain amount of hostility is imminent, especially from J. C. M[astermann]. (see letter 215 Z)

  1. a. ACS, from Christ Church, Oxford#, in HPBL 72731/116.


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