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Author: Martin Buber; Paul R Mendes-Flohr
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2005.
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"Theologian, philosopher, and political radical, Martin Buber (1878-1965) was committed to a fundamental economic and political reconstruction of society as well as the pursuit of international peace. Collected in here are the private and open letters, addresses, and essays - from the Bafour Declaration of November 1917 to his death - in which Buber advocated an active pursuit of mutual accommodation as a solution  Read more...
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Named Person: Martin Buber
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Buber; Paul R Mendes-Flohr
ISBN: 0226078027 9780226078021
OCLC Number: 57577402
Notes: Originally published: New York : Oxford University Press, 1983. With new pref.
Description: xx, 322 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. A state of cannons, flags, and military decorations? : February 1918 --
2. Toward the decision : March 1919 --
3. At this late hour : April 1920 --
4. Nationalism : September 1921 --
5. A proposed resolution on the Arab question : September 1921 --
6. Resolution on the Arab question of the twelfth Zionist Congress : September 1921 --
7. Notes from the congress concerning Zionist policy : October 1921 --
8. Sidelights : April 1922 --
9. Responsa on Zionist policy : September 1922 --
10. Brith shalom : 1925 --
11. Soul-searching : April 1926 --
12. No more declarations : August 1929 --
13. The national home and national policy in Palestine : October 1929 --
14. The Wailing Wall : October 1929 --
15. Hans Kohn : "Zionism is just Judaism" : November 1929 --
16. And if not now, when? : July 1932 --
17. Mohandas K. Gandhi : the Jews : November 1938 --
18. A letter to Gandhi : February 1939 --
19. Keep faith! : July 1938 --
20. Our pseudo-Samsons : June 1939 --
21. And today? : March 1939 --
22. Concerning our politics : August 1939 --
23. False prophets : spring 1940 --
24. Let us avoid provocations! : 3 March 1940 --
25. The Ichud : September 1942 --
26. In the days of silence : 1943 --
27. Do not believe it! : June 1944 --
28. Nathan Rotenstreich : I believed --
too hastily? : August 1944 --
29. An additional clarification : a reply to Nathan Rotenstreich : August 1944 --
30. Dialogue on the Biltmore program : October 1944 --
31. A majority or many? : a postscript to a speech : May 1944 --
32. Politics and morality : April 1945 --
33. Our reply : September 1945 --
34. The meaning of Zionism : March 1946 --
35. A tragic conflict? : May 1946 --
36. It is not sufficient! : July 1946 --
37. A plea for clemency : August 1946 --
38. Two peoples in Palestine : June 1947 --
39. Can the deadlock be broken? : July 1947 --
40. The bi-national approach to Zionism : 1947 --
41. Let us not allow the rabble to rule us! : January 1948 --
42. A fundamental error which must be corrected : April 1948 --
43. Zionism and "Zionism" : May 1948 --
44. On the assassination of Count Bernadotte : September 1948 --
45. Let us make an end to falsities! : October 1948 --
46. Gideon Freudenberg : war and peace : an open letter to Martin Buber : December 1948 --
47. Facts and demands : a reply to Gideon Freudenberg : circa January 1949 --
48. On the moral character of the state of Israel : a debate with David Ben-Gurion : March 1949 --
49. Should the Ichud accept the decree of history? : spring 1949 --
50. The children of Amos : April 1949 --
51. "Preface" to a projected volume on Arab-Jewish rapprochement : circa 1950 --
52. A protest against expropriation of Arab lands : March 1953 --
53. We need the Arabs, they need us! : January 1954 --
54. Instead of polemics : November 1956 --
55. An outrage : November 1956 --
56. Socialism and peace : 1956 --
57. Active neutralism : October 1957 --
58. Letters from Arabs to Buber : 1958-1965 --
59. Memorandum on the military government : February 1958 --
60. Israel and the command of the spirit : April 1958 --
61. Letter to Ben-Gurion on the Arab refugees : October 1961 --
62. Ben-Gurion and Israel's Arabs : January 1962 --
63. We must grant the Arabs truly equal rights : January 1962 --
64. On the development of the Galilee : an exchange between Buber and Levi Eshkol : October 1964 --
65. The time to try : February 1965 --
Buber's legacy : 1993.
Other Titles: Ein Land und zwei Völker.
Responsibility: edited with commentary and a new preface by Paul R. Mendes-Flohr.
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"Theologian, philosopher, and political radical, Martin Buber (1878-1965) was committed to a fundamental economic and political reconstruction of society as well as the pursuit of international peace. Collected in here are the private and open letters, addresses, and essays - from the Bafour Declaration of November 1917 to his death - in which Buber advocated an active pursuit of mutual accommodation as a solution to the conflict in the Middle East."--BOOK JACKET.

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