SUMMER 1982 Volume 13
For reasons of both principle and policy connected with the many changes that will soon occur in the planning and execution of the Center's program, I have decided to resign as Director of the Center for Philosophic Exchange.
I dedicate this issue to alI those who have participated in Center programs and who have given so generously of their intellectual gifts during the last 15 years.
I also express deepest appreciation to Howard E. Kiefer, the Founding Director of the Center for Philosophic Exchange. His unstoppable passion and uncompromising commitment to the values of the life of the mind, successfully established the highest standards of unrestricted intellectual inquiry and exchange for the Center's program.
I look forward to the continued success of the Center and its program.