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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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El aporte conceptual del pensamiento dialogico de Martin Buber y del planteamiento de alteridad de Emmanuel Levinas brindan insumos valiosos para establecer un estudio vinculado al hecho educativo, motivado por el fundamento etico de ambos filosofos, caracterizado por el reconocimiento del Otro y el encuentro con el ser humano, visto este como realidad primera.
This critical take on love and perception is countered by a more constructive one in Ginzburg's essays ('Human Relationships' and 'The Little Virtues'), Ortega y Gasset's On Love: Aspects of a Single Theme, and various works by Buber in which the authors suggest recalibrating one's perceptions in order to differentiate between authentic and inauthentic love and maintain authentic love.
He noted, perceptively, for Buber this activity occurred "at the performative intersection between religion and art.
16) As Buber has stated: "That which you pass off as theocracy has become anarchy.
Buber favours man approaching God, the force to perceive, to enjoy eternity while still alive, which reminds of the most ardent desire of the main character of the novel Noaptea de Sanziene (Foret interdite) written by Mircea Eliade.
17) Rotenstreich considers that the mediation cannot be avoided by Buber, because the two fundamental attitudes belong to a specific context, of I--Thou, I--It, which is not an external circumstance, but the delimitation of a state by the other state, their comparison and juxtaposition.
Martin Buber, a pesar de todos los sufrimientos y eclipses, espera la luminosa manifestacion de gloria del Eterno (kabod).
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.
Two of the most prominent individuals to inform his understanding of Israel and Jewish nationalism were Martin Buber and Gershom Scholem.
Aqui, a relacao e entre sujeitoobjeto, ou relacao eu-isso no sentido adotado por Martin Buber (1974).
Uno de los pocos filosofos brasilenos actuales que ha desarrollado una propuesta donde junto a incluir una reflexion de los filosofos judeo-cristianos como Buber y Levinas, asi como de K.