Martin Buber Quote

What has to be given up is not the I, as most mystics suppose: this I is indispensable for any relationship, including the highest, which always presupposes an I and You.


Buber's way to "I and thou" (ed. Jewish Pubn Society, 1988)

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What has to be given up is not the I, as most mystics suppose: this I is indispensable for any relationship, including the highest, which always...

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What has to be given up is not the I, as most mystics suppose: this I is indispensable for any relationship, including the highest, which always...

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What has to be given up is not the I, as most mystics suppose: this I is indispensable for any relationship, including the highest, which always...

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What has to be given up is not the I, as most mystics suppose: this I is indispensable for any relationship, including the highest, which always...