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Synonyms for Buber

Israeli religious philosopher (born in Austria)


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Among other questions, I can imagine Buber asking Hisamatsu whether
Buber was popular among Jewish and Protestant thinkers in the 1950-1970's for his emphases on directly encountering God by personally experiencing a spiritual relationship with God, and all of God's creation.
I can't say I've read all of Buber,'' Gordon-Levitt confesses in an interview.
In his complex exploration of the nature and benefit of interreligious dialogue, Barnes shifts the focus from a dialogue that arrives at the "truth,'" through Socratic questioning, to a model of dialogue espousing an I-Thou encounter, drawing on the personalist philosophy of Martin Buber.
In this book, he shares with readers his multi-decade, fertile encounters with five important modern Jewish thinkers--Elie Wiese', Martin Buber, Abraham Joshua Heschel, Hannah Arendt, and Emmanuel Levinas.
What idyllic times those were, when Germans arranged memorials for dead Jews, from Buber to Mendelssohn and Korczak to Heine, without having to grapple with live Israeli Jews and their "occupation".
Aqui, a relacao e entre sujeitoobjeto, ou relacao eu-isso no sentido adotado por Martin Buber (1974).
Austrian-born Jewish existentialist philosopher Martin Buber, whose classic works I and Thou and Between Man and Man explored dialogue and human relationships in new ways;
For Martin Buber, (7) Psalm 1 is the paradigm of the man often delineated in Wisdom literature.
In this series of essays, published in 1952, Buber attempts to unmask the ways in which modern philosophy has marginalized God, making a genuine I-Thou relationship with the Divine seem unreal or impossible.
Two of Kierkegaard's other early existentialist readers were Martin Buber and Miguel de Unamuno.
It moves instead to a conference about Martin Buber, Shagar's battles at university, the First Gulf War.
You shall not withhold yourself," ring the rousing words of Martin Buber, existential philosopher and Jewish mystic.
Two generations ago, a group of serious well-known Jewish humanist Zionist thinkers tackled these questions-from Mordechai Martin Buber to Schmuel Hugo Bergmann, Gershon Scholem and others.