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My Friendship with Martin Buber

Maurice Friedman

Cloth $24.95    |    978-0-8156-1016-8    |    2013

ebook 978-0-8156-5214-4

"Like wine, the work of Martin Buber is just getting better with time. Friedman had the fortune to establish a long and profound dialogue with ‘the philosopher of dialogue,’ and thus his friendship with Martin Buber has an enormous importance in providing us with a unique insight on the person and his philosophy."—David Barzilai, author of Homo Dialogicus: Martin Buber’s Contribution to Philosophy

"The story that Friedman tells is about America at midcentury, its spiritual landscape and climate, and the way it was able to cultivate the implant of this foreign (German/Jewish) root on what midcentury literary critic Alfred Kazin might have called ‘native ground.’ Friedman is uniquely qualified to tell this story. What we see here is the potent mix of spiritual, psychoanalytic and political dynamic on the postwar scene."—

  My Friendship with Martin Buber

  Maurice Friedman (1921–2012) was professor emeritus of religious studies, philosophy, and comparative literature at San Diego State University, where he taught from 1973 to 1991, and was codirector of the Institute for Dialogical Psychotherapy in San Diego. He was the author of numerous books, including four on Martin Buber.

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