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Martin Buber

(1878-1965) - born in Vienna, but from the age of three, in Lvov. German-Jewish religious philosopher, biblical translator and interpreter, and master of German prose style. Contemporary philosophy and theology were influenced by him, including the great Protestant thinkers Paul Tillich and Walter Nigg. The idea of a life of faith as a life of dialogue between man and God has its origin in the Bible, but Martin Buber distilled that concept into a philosophy that has illuminated much of scholarly and religious thought throughout the twentieth century.

Martin Buber from Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Buber Martin wikipedia
Buber Martin homepage
Martin Buber slide show of Buber's life, featuring quotations
Judaism: Buber: Mysticism Without Loss of Identity.
Philosophers: Buber, Martin  from open directory project.

I and Thou
The Way of Man : According to the Teaching of Hasidism
Good and Evil
The Martin Buber-Carl Rogers Dialogue : A New Transcript With Commentary by Martin Buber, Carl R. Rogers, Rob Anderson, Kenneth N. Cissna
Eclipse of God : Studies in the Relation Between Religion and Philosophy
Tales of the Hasidim : Book One : The Early Masters and Book Two : The Later Masters/Two Books in One
Ecstatic Confessions : The Heart of Mysticism (Martin Buber Library)
Moses : The Revelation and the Covenant
Martin Buber on Psychology and Psychotherapy : Essays, Letters and Dialogue (The Martin Buber Library)
A Believing Humanism : My Testament 1902-1965 (Rep)
The First Buber : Youthful Zionist Writings of Martin Buber (Martin Buber Library)
On the Bible : Eighteen Studies by Martin Buber (Martin Buber Library.)
On Intersubjectivity and Cultural Creativity (Heritage of Sociology)
The Legend of the Baal-Shem
On Zion : The History of an Idea
Paths in Utopia (Martin Buber Library)
Kingship of God

The Text As Thou : Martin Buber's Dialogical Hermeneutics and Narrative Theology by Steven Kepnes
Martin Buber's Philosophy of Education by Daniel Murphy
I and Tao : Martin Buber's Encounter With Chuang Tzu by Jonathan R. Herman
Hope for Our Time : Key Trends in the Thought of Martin Buber (Suny Series in Judaica, Hermeneutics, Mysticism and Religion) by Avraham Shapira
The Unfinished Dialogue : Martin Buber and the Christian Way by John M. Oesterreicher
Martin Buber's Life and Work by Maurice S. Friedman

Buber, Martin at amazon