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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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This essay proposes reading Buber and Hay together--to queer Martin Buber, as it were.
After this brief overview of Rousseau's educational program, I turn to Martin Buber's famous distinction between two basic relations I-Thou and I-It.
To the question of what comes first, society or politics, it is clear that Buber would reply "society," that is, the fellowship of humans.
En este contexto social es importante reconocer el aporte brindado desde la filosofia ante los desafios sociales del momento y especificamente considerar los planteamientos en el marco filosofico de dos pensadores judios, Martin Buber y Emmanuel Levinas, ambos representantes de la filosofia del encuentro o del dialogo.
Following Buber and Heidegger, but apparently unaware of their earlier studies, Medard Boss (1965) published a remarkable account of his encounters with Indian spiritual masters, entitled, A Psychiatrist Discovers India.
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Martin Buber wrote his 1904 dissertation on Nicholas of Cusa, but the relationship between the two has been little studied.
Buber suggests that this is a proclamation of exclusive secular lordship.
Buber considers the Christian trinity, initially--i.e., in the Middle Age--as standing for the Borromean knot, investigating the possibilities available to the Ego of being reunited with the You by means of an activity which he defines as a "presence" (Buber: 1992, p.
Recent results indicate that the low level of realized fertility among the researchers is in sharp contrast to their personal ideals and intentions (Buber et al.