Definition of Buber, Martin in English:

Buber, Martin

Syllabification: Bu·ber, Martin
Pronunciation: /ˈbo͞obər
 
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  • (1878–1965), Israeli religious philosopher, born in Austria. In his existentialist work I and Thou (1923), he argued that religious experience involves reciprocal relationships with a personal subject, rather than knowledge of some “thing.”.

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