Martin Buber

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Israeli religious philosopher (born in Austria)


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Martin Buber was born in 1878 in Vienna, then the capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and died in Jerusalem in 1965.
Art is neither an impression of objectivity concerning nature nor an expression of subjectivity concerning the spirit," writes philosopher and theologian Martin Buber.
As the Director of the Martin Buber Institute, Kalman Yaron, observes: "A human being is transfigured into authentic life only by entering an I-Thou relationship .
The image of a world adrift, cast off from the anchor of faith and meaning, became in Friedrich Nietzsche the distinctive mark of modernity--and in Martin Buber that which organic Jewish communities in the land would rectify.
Nonetheless, the latter inclination was never meant to live, just like Martin Buber and "Ahad Ha'am.
The great Jewish philosopher Martin Buber once said, "all journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.
Our relationship to our sacred words is, as Martin Buber might say, an "I-it" encounter.
Perhaps it is only because of my mabat chitzoni that I -recalling the words of Martin Buber, who wrote that "no one who counts themselves among the ranks of Israel can desire to use force" - was so disturbed by official Israeli defensiveness about the events aboard the Mavi Marmara and broader Israeli willingness to support or ignore the morally and strategically backwards blockade of Gaza, although the recent Israeli decision to ease the blockade was a welcome development.
However, the dialogue method experiences a renaissance for it has been reinterpreted by such contemporary theorists as Martin Buber and Paulo Freire.
You shall not withhold yourself," ring the rousing words of Martin Buber, existential philosopher and Jewish mystic.
It moves instead to a conference about Martin Buber, Shagar's battles at university, the First Gulf War.
We can create mutual value and trust by focusing on "I-Thou" relationships that philosopher Martin Buber proposed and psychologist Carl Rogers, PhD, applied.
Lou knew and enchanted three of Mann's greatest artistic and intellectual heroes--Richard Wagner, Friedrich Nietzsche and Sigmund Freud--and also head-hunted many of the leading writers of her time: Leo Tolstoy (whom she visited in Russia), August Strindberg, Knut Hamsun, Gerhart Hauptmann, Arthur Schnitzler, the predatory Frank Wedekind, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, her longtime lover Rainer Maria Rilke and the theologian Martin Buber.
How many of us are aware of the little known story that tells us how Martin Buber, Gershom Scholen, Hannah Arendt, and other German intellectuals bitterly fought against the founding of Israel as a "Jewish State.
Two of Kierkegaard's other early existentialist readers were Martin Buber and Miguel de Unamuno.