Judaism: l-Thou & l-lt

"There comes a time in a man's life," says Philosopher Martin Buber, "when he should begin to bring the crop into the barn." In Buber's case, the harvest includes a goodly share of the honors the world pays to a man who has thought deeply and originally. Last week, at the age of 85, frail, white-bearded Philosopher Buber flew from Israel to Amsterdam to accept one of Europe's highest intellectual prizes: the $28,000 Erasmus Award, presented to one or more persons who have contributed to the spiritual unity of Europe.*...

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