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Israeli religious philosopher (born in Austria)

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| Dan 'Buber Nebz' Smith's mural depicting multiple world champion marathon winner, Paula Radcliffe MBE.
Remarkably, a figure little known to the philosophical world, but better known as an early gay activist, developed a quasi-dialogical philosophy remarkably like Buber's, even though he was apparently unaware of Buber's work.
To do that I use Martin Buber's distinction between I-Thou and I-It relationships as a framework that focuses on the role of the other in relationships.
The essays in this collection are part of the reflection on Jewish thinker Buber's work in 2015, a half century after his death.
Buber is well known for his lifelong advocacy of dialogue between persons and between nations.
Es en el periodo entre guerras del siglo XX, posterior a la experiencia humana de su capacidad de destruccion masiva, que se da el surgimiento de filosofias que promueven un repunte de la persona humana; en este caso la filosofia dialogica no desprende la dimension ontologica del ser humano, sino mas bien, la comprende en cuanto el encuentro con el projimo, que es a su vez proximo, una etica que asuma el compromiso con el Otro u Otra o, como indica Martin Buber, a partir del reconocimiento del Tu, que es quien llama al Yo.
In the following pages, I will introduce the contemplative Asian sources that inform the thought of Heidegger and Buber. By so doing, I wish to 1) challenge the Euro-centrism of Existential thought as it is currently identified, and 2) empower the reach and range of ET by highlighting its radical, non-dualistic potentiality.
It reminds me of the work of Martin Buber on dialogue between people being the sign of an encounter between I and Thou instead of the usual I and It encounters.
The analysis of the narrative takes into consideration two of Ginzburg's postwar essays, 'Human Relationships' and The Little Virtues.' Ginzburg's works are contextualized within a broader conversation amongst existentialists (namely, Jean-Paul Sartre, Martin Buber, and Jose Ortegay Gasset) about interpersonal perception within romantic love.
Knowing Otherness: Martin Buber's Appropriation of Nicholas of Cusa, SARAH SCOTT
Buber has called it the strongest anti-monarchical poem in world literature.2 Here is an excerpt:
Jouissance of The Other One, in the form of the Borromean Knot, transgresses the perception of divinity, a central item in the study of Martin Buber, entitled "Me and You".
I thought the articles in your last issue about Bedouins ("The Bedouin Dilemma" and "A Matter of Dreams," July/ August 2015) were very interesting and related to Martin Buber's writing about Bedouins in the early 20th century and the relationship between Arabs and Jews as Israel developed.