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Daniel Weiss talks about the Jewish philosopher Martin Buber and the influential nature of his philosophy.
Martin Buber was an Austrian Jewish and Israeli philosopher. His most famous book, the slim, poetic and highly complex Ich und Du (I and Thou) set out his theory of dialogical existentialism founded in encounter. From this he argued that a true relationship with God must be experienced and met, not simply thought of and expressed.
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Produced in June 2017. Provisional captions.