Face — common and proper, genus and individual Threshold — inside and outside Coming community — state and non-state humanity  Other themes addressed in The Coming Community include the commodification of the body, evil, and the messianic.
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The initials in parentheses are generally found within the text and denote the reference. Gleanings by Martin Buber. Between Man and Man. Introduction and afterword by Maurice Friedman, trans.
Der Jude und sein Judentum. Studies in the Relation between Religion and Philosophy. For The Sake of Heaven: Hasidism and Modern Man. Horizon Press, paperback. Israel and the World: Essays in a Time of Crisis. The Kingship of God. The Knowledge of Man.
The Knowledge of Man: A Philosophy of the Interhuman. Martin Buber on Jews and Arabs. The Legend of the Baal Shem. The Letters of Martin Buber.
The Revelation and the Covenant. ReprintedAtlantic Highlands, NT: Glatzer, with an introduction by Harold Bloom. The Origin and Meaning of Hasidism.
Harper Torchbooks,paperback. ReprintedNew York: You are not currently authenticated.Pointing the Way: Collected Essays by Martin Buber. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements.
May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. . PEP-Web Tip of the Day. Pointing the Way. Collected Essays by Martin Buber. London, Martin Buber in this volume amplifies some of the implications of his famous contribution to the contemporary philosophical and religious consciousness —namely the “I-Thou” philosophy.
Buber ( - ) collected the essays in "Pointing the Way" in The book includes a selection of essays dating from which, Buber indicated in his Foreward, "I can also stand behind today."5/5(2).
Buber ( - ) collected the essays in "Pointing the Way" in The book includes a selection of essays dating from which, Buber indicated in his Foreward, "I can also stand behind today."Reviews: 1. In these essays, written between and and first published as a collection in , the eminent philosopher relates the "I-Thou" dialogue to such varied fields as .
Levinas's philosophy has been called ethics. If ethics means rationalist self-legislation and freedom (deontology), the calculation of happiness (utilitarianism), or the cultivation of virtues (virtue ethics), then Levinas's philosophy is not an ethics.