The 1956–1962 period was the first stretch of my adult life without political, pecuniary, or emotional anxieties. I was suddenly admitted into the international philosophical community without having to abandon physics, made a living teaching both disciplines, started my second long-term philosophical project, put an end to a 17 year-old marriage that had been unravelling, married my last great love, and left for good my beloved country just in time. In short, during those 6 years I renewed myself in the light of reason and the warmth of young love.
Bunge, M. (2016). First jobs, in Between two worlds, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 125-156.
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