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Bu·ber(bo͞o′bər), Martin 1878-1965.
Austrian-born Judaic scholar and philosopher whose influential I and Thou (1923) posits a direct personal dialogue between God and the individual.
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(Biography) 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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Martin, 1878–1965, Jewish philosopher, theologian, and scholar: born in Austria.
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|Noun||1.||Buber - Israeli religious philosopher (born in Austria); as a Zionist he promoted understanding between Jews and Arabs; his writings affected Christian thinkers as well as Jews (1878-1965)|
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