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LITR 216 01 (14157) /PHIL209/GMAN216/JDST328
Martin Buber, Philosophy, Theology, and Literature
Hannan Hever
Asaf Angermann
T 3.30-5.20 CO451 B-04
Fall 2017 
No regular final examination
Areas Hu
Permission of instructor required

An overview of the intellectual contributions of Martin Buber, one of the most influential Jewish thinkers in the 20th century. Study of his writings, including philosophical tractates; political analyses especially of Zionist ideology and the movement’s activities; literary writing and Hassidic tales, collections, and adaptations; his challenging writing on the Israeli-Arab conflict; and many theological innovative, paradigm-changing publications.