Buber - Between Man and Man | Martin Buber | DialogueLost your password? Please enter your username or email address. You will receive a link to create a new password via email. Username or email. Reset password Go back. God and Man Between Man and Man. Translated by Ronald Gregor Smith.
Buber - Between Man and Man
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In Bubers particular work: Between Man and Man , Buber eloquently discusses his philosophies about a series of topics including the many facets of discourse, the importance of meaningful relations and important elements of practice in education. Bubers Between Man and Man, is filled with thought provoking analyses of common human interactions. In particular, Buber discusses the importance of a dialogue among individuals and the implications of such interactions. To Buber, the idea of a dialogue among individuals is a process that is rare, as our everyday realities cloud the importance of expressing the true self to another individual. Nonetheless, it is essential to partake in dialogues, as a dialogue between individuals creates a connection; this creation of a connection is one of the most important phenomena that an individual can experience. To communicate is not only to experience the verbalization of ideas. Communication is a multi-faceted event that offers to display the thoughts, motives, feelings and the like of the other.