Martin Buber Online (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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Co-penned by Michael Zank and yours truly, the revised entry for Martin Buber is now up online at the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Both compressed and comprehensive, what I hope it adds to the picture of Buber in the secondary literature is a focus on plastic form, space, place, and relationship as perfected image.

You can find it here and judge it for yourself

We organized the entry this way:

1. Biographical Background

2. Philosophical Influences

3. The early Buber: Gestalt as a means of realization

4. Philosophy of Dialogue: I and Thou

5. Zionism

6. Political Theology

7. Distance and Relation: Late Philosophical Anthropology

8. Criticism

9. Honors and Legacy


About zjb

Zachary Braiterman is Professor of Religion in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University. His specialization is modern Jewish thought and philosophical aesthetics.
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