Bingham, Millicent, March 22, 1948
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me to envy them. For instance the cousin with 4 million, who left it to mass, just of technology was distinctly the most unhappy man I ever saw. I tried to do something for him by translating Kant's philosophy, & he was very interested, but I was not grounded enough on that philosophy & he was an old [illegible] man (2 cousin) & I still a young woman. No go! Now I know that philosophy by heart, by great study in German, & I will say that while French prose is the most fascinating thing to read, in good examples like Ernest Renan's "vie de Jesu" or [illegible] David Neels travels in Tibet - still nothing I have read replaced that magnificent philosophy, even tho people say"what use when they
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