A.L.S., in German, 12mo, 2 pp,Tübingen, Oct. 15, 1962. ERNST BLOCH.
A.L.S., in German, 12mo, 2 pp,Tübingen, Oct. 15, 1962.
ERNST BLOCH

(1885-1977) German philosopher who broke from an orthodox Marxist philosophy and developed a "Philosophy of Hope." He fled East Germany for West Germany in 1962.

A.L.S., in German, 12mo, 2 pp,Tübingen, Oct. 15, 1962.

To Hans Dieter Zimmermann. "yes, I agreed in the beginning, but I can't find the time now. Lectures out of town, classes starting soon, editorial work on new material for the intended complete edition . Maybe you could print something from my just published 'Disassociations 1' (Suhrkamp Bibliothek, p. 218 line 15 from the bottom to page 219. Starting with 'Quite easy is the more profound hope' . to 'one has never existed.' Then, after a paragraph, continues: 'Nothing is more human' . to 'with humani alienum - all of them.'" Nicely signed, Ernst Bloch." With holograph envelope.

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