Published jointly with Syracuse University Press.
This multi-authored commemorative volume, issued at a time of renewed interest in Buber’s thought, examines his contributions to the multiple fields and causes in which he was active throughout his life.
Contents: Paul Mendes-Flohr, ‘Buber’s Rhetoric’; Guy G. Stroumsa, ‘Presence, Not Gnosis: Buber as a Historian of Religion’; Dan Laor, ‘Agnon and Buber: The Story of a Friendship, or: The Rise and Fall of the “Corpus Hasidicum”’; Karl-Johan Illman, ‘Buber and the Bible: Guiding Principles and the Legacy of His Interpretation’; Dan Avnon, ‘Limmud and Limmudim: Guiding Words of Buber’s Prophetic Teaching’; Michael Fishbane, ‘Justification through Living: Martin Buber’s Third Alternative’; Rémi Brague, ‘How to Be in the World: Gnosis, Religion, Philosophy’; Gillian Rose, ‘Reply from “The Single One”’: Soren Kierkegaard to Martin Buber”; R.J. Zwi Werblowsky, ‘Buber and the East Asian
(Chinese) Religions’; Shmuel N. Eisenstadt, ‘Martin Buber in the Post-Modern Age: Utopia, Community, and Education in the Contemporary Era’.
שנת ההוצאה: 2002
מספר העמודים: 204
מידות (ס"מ): 15 × 23