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084f2db8c6 London: Peter Hablan. References. BRILL, 2005. Martin Buber and the human sciences. A person sitting next to a complete stranger on a park bench may enter into an "I-Thou" relationship with the stranger merely by beginning to think positively about people in general. The Hasidic ideal, according to Buber, emphasized a life lived in the unconditional presence of God, where there was no distinct separation between daily habits and religious experience.
This was a major influence on Buber's philosophy of anthropology, which considered the basis of human existence as dialogical. Mohr Siebeck. This is based partly on Kant's theory of phenomenon, in that these objects reside in the cognitive agents mind, existing only as thoughts. In 1952 he argued with Jung over the existence of God.. The key problem is how to translate the very personal, even intimate German "Du", which has no direct equivalent in Modern English. ^ Wood, Robert E (1 December 1969). Find more about Martin Buber at Wikipedia's sister projects Media from Commons Quotations from Wikiquote Data from Wikidata . ^ Friedman, Maurice S (July 1996). ^ a b c Kramer, Kenneth; Gawlick, Mechthild (November 2003).