MARTIN BUBER: A RELATIONAL PERSPECTIVE ON HUMAN MEANING AND PURPOSE
Issue: Vol 17 No. 2 (2009)
Journal: Essays in the Philosophy of Humanism
Subject Areas: Philosophy
The author posits that an exploration of Buberian texts suggests a Nietzschean influence, both in the aphoristic and poetic style of his literature and in his insistence on an embrace of the totality of what it is to be human.
Author: Kathleen O'Dwyer