This book honors the memory and legacy of Martin Buber, one of the most illustrious members of the faculty of the Hebrew University and a leader in the world of philosophy. Based on the proceedings of a conference held at the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities—of which Buber was the founding president—this anthology recognizes Buber’s singular contribution to the renaissance of Jewish studies and his international stature as a scholar.
Martin Buber in the Postmodern Age: Utopia, Community, and Education in the Contemporary Era, Shmuel N. Eisenstadt
Presence, Not Gnosis: Buber as a Historian of Religion, Guy G. Stroumsa
How to Be in the World: Gnosis, Religion, Philosophy, Rémi Brague
Justification Through Living: Buber's Third Alternative, Michael Fishbane
Agnon and Buber: The Story of a Friendship, or: The Rise and Fall of the 'Corpus Hasidicun', Dan Laor
Buber's Rhetoric, Paul Mendes-Flohr
Limmud and Limmudim: The Guiding Words of Buber's Prophetic Faith, Dan Avnon
Paul Mendes-Flohr is professor of Jewish thought at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is the author of several books, including The Jew in the Modern World and Divided Passions.
Series: Library of Jewish Philosophy
6 x 9, 196 pages