Martin Buber (1878-1965) was one of the 20th century's most widely influential Jewish thinkers. His work included a new translation of the Bible into German, begun with Franz Rosenzweig, and books on interpreting the Bible, on Hasidism, and on many aspects of the philosophy of Judaism. From 1938, he was Professor of Social Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Articles by Martin Buber
I and Thou: Selected Passages
When a person encounters another person in total immediacy, he or she may also experience a glimpse of God.