<history of philosophy, biography, psychology> austrian-Jewish theologian (1878-1965). In Ich und Du (I and Thou) (1922) Buber suggested that genuinely religious experiences must involve reciprocal intersubjective relations between persons rather than a merely objective apprehension of abstract reality. After emigrating to Israel Buber served as first President of the Academy of Science and Humanities. Recommended Reading: Dan Avnon, Martin Buber: The Hidden Dialogue (Rowman-Littlefield, 1998) and Martin Buber and the Human Sciences, ed. by Maurice Friedman and Pat Boni (SUNY, 1996).
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