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Martin Buber and the human sciences

Author: Maurice S Friedman
Publisher: Albany, N.Y. : State University of New York Press, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The specific focus of Martin Buber and the Human Sciences is "dialogue" as the foundation of and integrating factor in the human sciences, using dialogue in the special sense which Buber has made famous: mutuality, presentness, openness, meeting the other in his or her uniqueness and not just as a content for one's own thought categories, and knowing as deriving in the first instance from mutual contact rather than  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Kongreß
Conference papers and proceedings
History
Congresses
Named Person: Martin Buber; Martin Buber; Martin Buber; Martin Buber
Material Type: Conference publication, Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maurice S Friedman
ISBN: 0791428753 9780791428757 0791428761 9780791428764
OCLC Number: 32589075
Description: xvii, 415 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Martin Buber's "narrow ridge" and the human sciences / Maurice Friedman --
To be is to be relational : Martin Buber and John Dewey / Arthur S. Lothstein --
Is a dialogical theology possible? / Manfred Vogel --
Into life : the legacy of Jewish tradition in Buber's philosophy of dialogue / S. Daniel Breslauer --
Martin Buber's biblical and Jewish ethics / Richard A. Freund --
Martin Buber and Christian theology : a continuing dialogue / Donald J. Moore --
Buber, the via negativa, and Zen / G. Ray Jordan, Jr. --
I and Tao : Buber's Chuang Tzu and the comparative study of mysticism / Jonathan R. Herman --
Dialogue and difference : "I and Thou" or "We and They"? / Seymour Cain --
Two of Buber's contributions to contemporary human science : text as spokenness and validity as resonance / John Stewart --
Martin Buber's dialogical biblical hermeneutics / Steven Kepnes --
Dialogue in public : looking critically at the Buber-Rogers dialogue / Kenneth N. Cissna and Rob Anderson --
Deception and the relational : Martin Buber and Sisela Bok, against the generation of the lie / Virginia Shabatay --
The interhuman dimension of teaching : some ethical aspects / Aslaug Kristiansen --
Martin Buber's concept of art as dialogue / Goutam Biswas --
Martin Buber and King Lear / Pat Boni --
Buber's way toward sustainable communitarian socialism : essential relationship between the political and bio-economy / Robert C. Hoover --
The relevance of Martin Buber's philosophical anthropology for economic thought / Mark A. Lutz --
Martin Buber's impact on political dialogue in Israel / Michael Keren --
Martin Buber and the Shoah / Jerry D. Lawritson --
What is, psychotherapy? / James V. Deleo --
Philosophy of dialogue and feminist psychology / Rose Graf-Taylor --
Problems of confirmation in psychotherapy / Tamar Kron and Maurice Friedman --
The wisdom of resistance : a dialogical psychotherapy approach / Rich Hycner --
Reflections on the Buber-Rogers dialogue : thirty-five years after / Maurice Friedman --
Relational ethics in contextual therapy : commitment to our common future / Ivan Boszormenyi-Nagy --
Ethical imagination : repairing the breach / Barbara R. Krasner and Austin J. Joyce.
Responsibility: edited by Maurice Friedman.

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"The specific focus of Martin Buber and the Human Sciences is "dialogue" as the foundation of and integrating factor in the human sciences, using dialogue in the special sense which Buber has made famous: mutuality, presentness, openness, meeting the other in his or her uniqueness and not just as a content for one's own thought categories, and knowing as deriving in the first instance from mutual contact rather than knowledge of a subject about an object. By the "human sciences" the authors/editors mean material that can be meaningfully approached in a dialogic way, hence, the humanities, education, psychology, speech communication, anthropology, history, sociology, and economics. The essays in Martin Buber and the Human Sciences demonstrate that thirty years after Buber's death his influence is still resonating in many countries and in many fields."--Jacket.

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