"A thoroughly satisfying aesthetic experience, of great literary and philosophical worth and its publication in English is an important event. Highly recommended."—Library Journal
"A profound and inimitable work of great poetic beauty. Daniel reveals to us another side, as yet all but unknown, of the genius of Martin Buber."—Mircea Eliade, author of The Sacred and the Profane
Better than any other single work, Daniel enables us to understand the significance of the transition Buber made from his early mysticism to the philosophy of dialogue. The book is written in the form of five dialogues, in each of which Daniel and his friends explore a crucial philosophical problem—the nature of interconnection of unity, creativity, action, form, and realization as these illuminate the relations of man to God and the world. Daniel occupies a central position in Buber’s life work.
Series: Martin Buber Library
5 x 8, 118 pages