Martin Buber


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Noun1.Martin 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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So she translates To Huu, a persecuted Vietnamese poet who wrote poems in prison by sticking pins into leaves to form the words and smuggling the branches out to waiting friends; Nelly Sachs, who spent her life rescuing her native German from the language of the Nazis by studying Gershom Sholem's translations from the Zohar and the translation of the Hebrew Bible by Martin Buber and Franz Rosenzweig; Eugenie Goldstern, a native of Odessa who devoted her life to studying the dialects of the Savoie until, as a Jew, she was banned from her university position as an ethnologist in Vienna by an anti-Semitic administrator in 1924 and had to live in exile in Sweden.
The chapters of Sandu Frunza's book (Etica politica--intre etica biblica si mitologia mortii lui Dumnezeu, Perspectiva lui Fundoianu asupra relatiei dintre iudaism si crestinism in lumina reflecfiilor sale privind gindirea lui Martin Buber, Elemente pentru o noua constiinta iudaica, politica si culturala, Secularizarea ca iesire din eshatologie, Provocari actuale ale aliantei dintre religie si politica, O perspectiva mitico-simbolica asupra politicii, Crestinism, politica si reafrmarea subiectului relational) highlight the need for such debates on the complex, paradoxical, fluid relationships between religion and politics, relationships frequently mined in time by incongruence, misunderstandings or aporetic emphasis.
5) Denominational journals and the writings of individual thinkers, among them the philosophers Abraham Joshua Heschel and Martin Buber, form another source base for this study of the postwar American debate about the nature of Judaism and Jewishness.
Previous recipients include Israeli icons such as Golda Meir, Israel's first female prime minister; Amos Oz, the most prominent contemporary Israeli writer; and Martin Buber, the great Jewish intellectual and philosopher.
The softcover book, given to me at age thirteen, was called Ten Rungs by Martin Buber.
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.
Franz Kafka, Stefan Zweig, Ana Frank, Elie Wiesel, Primo Levi, Etty Hillesum, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Philip Roth, Boris Pasternak, Nadezshda Mandelstam, Israel Zangwill, Martin Buber, Emmanuel Levinas, Andre Schwarz-Bart, Simonne Weil, y Leonard Cohen son algunos de ellos.
En un momento en el que surge el interes por repensar el judaismo a traves de figuras como Hermann Cohen que intenta promocionar la presencia e integracion cultural del judaismo con en el pensamiento aleman, y Martin Buber, maximo exponente de la intelectualidad sionista, que persigue la constitucion del Estado de Israel y, por consiguiente, la salida del devenir historico europeo; Rosenzweig aparece como una tercera via, que quiere recuperar la especificidad del pueblo judio sin caer en la politizacion del sionismo, pues la caracteristica central del judaismo es que se encuentra mas alla de la historia y del tiempo.
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.
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.
Martin Buber wrote his 1904 dissertation on Nicholas of Cusa, but the relationship between the two has been little studied.
employs the work of Martin Buber and Mikhail Bakhtin to provide a foundation for analyzing the project in Cannon's work.