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I-Thou Relationships in the Digital Age: What Would Martin Buber Say?

Hosted By: The National Library of Israel (NLI)

Rabbi David Wolpe, among the most influential rabbis of our time, together with acclaimed writer and former Microsoft executive, Kinney Zalesne, will explore Martin Buber’s philosophy as it relates to changing norms of social interaction in the digital age. Dr. Stefan Litt, Curator of Humanities at the National Library of Israel, will launch the discussion with highlights from the Library’s Buber collection.

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