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Dialogue as a Trans disciplinary Concept
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Publisher : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
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This volume of essays takes as its point of departure Martin Buber’s principle of dialogue, which he applied as a comprehensive hermeneutic method for the study of various cultural phenomena. The volume critically evaluates the methodological purchase to be gained by the introduction of Buber’s conception of dialogue in political theory, psychology and psychiatry, and religious studies.

Dialogue as a Trans disciplinary Concept

This volume of essays takes as its point of departure Martin Buber’s principle of dialogue, which he applied as a comprehensive hermeneutic method for the study of various cultural phenomena. The volume critically evaluates the methodological purchase to be gained by the introduction of Buber’s conception of dialogue

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Dialogue as a Trans disciplinary Concept

This volume of essays constitutes a critical evaluation of Martin Buber’s concept of dialogue as a trans-disciplinary hermeneutic method. So conceived, dialogue has two distinct but ultimately convergent vectors. The first is directed to the subject of one’s investigation: one is to listen to the voice of the

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Martin Buber

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Martin Buber s Theopolitics

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