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Buber

Martin. 1878--1965, Jewish theologian, existentialist philosopher, and scholar of Hasidism, born in Austria, whose works include I and Thou (1923), Between Man and Man (1946), and Eclipse of God (1952)
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Likewise, I can imagine Hisamatsu asking Buber about the ultimate
Buber asserted more than a half century ago that, "the purpose of all great religions and religious movements is to engender a life of elation and fervor which no (later) experience can dampen and stifle.
creates a rich text by intelligently engaging a host of theologians and philosophers, such as Karl Rahner, David Tracy, Emmanuel Levinas, Martin Buber, Franz Rosenzweig, and Francis Clooney, and advances his argument by skillfully drawing on their insights.
Martin Buber tinha vislumbrado profeticamente este processo e nos alertou amiude para o fato de que "se o homem nao pode viver sem o isso, nao se pode esquecer que aquele que vive so com o isso, nao e homem" (Buber, 1974, p.
It's "now normal for the life of the church" to consider the theological input of non-Catholic thinkers, Birmingham said, but when CrossCurrents made its debut in 1950, its unapologetic introduction of non-Catholic thinkers like Buber and various British Anglican theologians among its writers was without precedent in the Catholic publishing world.
Martin Buber, Right and Wrong: An Interpretation of Some Psalms, English trans.
Kierkegaard had a merely scattered reception in pre-Revolutionary Russia, but during Shestov's time in Germany he met with Buber and Husserl, whose enthusiasm for Kierkegaard prompted him to seek out Kierkegaard's writings himself (356-7).
The acknowledgement by the Arabs of their role in their tragedy on the one hand, and the acknowledgement by the Jews of the injustice caused to the other side can be coupled with an acknowledgement by both sides that it actually was -- as Buber would say -- a "necessary injustice.
Buber provides an effective framework for this investigation because his definition of love as "the affirmation of otherness" enables a critique of Duffy's interactions with Mrs.
The great Jewish philosopher Martin Buber once said, "all journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.
Among the several intellectual Jewish voices that proclaimed enthusiasm for the war, the influential opinions of Martin Buber played a significant role.
Martin Buber (1878-1965) is probably best-known for his work of existential philosophy, I and Thou (Ich und Du).