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The knowledge of man : selected essays

Author: Martin Buber; Maurice S Friedman; Ronald Gregor Smith
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, ©1965.
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"These essays represent an important and exciting new development in Buber's philosophy of dialogue; they stand as the culmination and crown of his epistemology, his philosophical anthropology, and his ontology. If we must characterize Buber at all, we can best call him a philosophical anthropologist. In doing so, we do not limit the significance of Buber's philosophy to the human, but we recognize that man's access  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Buber, Martin, 1878-1965.
Knowledge of man.
New York : Harper & Row, ©1965
(OCoLC)608181466
Named Person: Martin Buber
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Buber; Maurice S Friedman; Ronald Gregor Smith
OCLC Number: 372125
Description: 184 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Introductory essay / Maurice Friedman --
Distance and relation --
Elements of the interhuman / Martin Buber ; translated by Ronald Gregor Smith --
What is common to all --
The word that is spoken --
Guilt and guilt feelings --
Man and his image-work / Martin Buber ; translated by Maurice Friedman --
Appendix Dialogue between Martin Buber and Carl R. Rogers.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: edited, with an introductory essay, by Maurice Friedman ; translated by Maurice Friedman and Ronald Gregor Smith.
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"These essays represent an important and exciting new development in Buber's philosophy of dialogue; they stand as the culmination and crown of his epistemology, his philosophical anthropology, and his ontology. If we must characterize Buber at all, we can best call him a philosophical anthropologist. In doing so, we do not limit the significance of Buber's philosophy to the human, but we recognize that man's access to being, according to Buber, is not through Plato's ideal forms or Heidegger's being that shines forth in the existent, but through the between -- the dialogue between man and the existent over against him." -- Introduction.

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