JUST ONE OR SINGLE? MARTIN BUBER ON ANTHROPOLOGICAL IDEAS OF KIERKEGAARD AND STIRNER
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In this text standpoints of Kierkegaard and Stirner concerning topic of human person have become a frame of reference, more or less critical, in comparison to conception of dialogical human being by Martin Buber. Buber and Kierkegaard get bring together, because both look for inspiration for their statements in religion experience. As distinct from the Individual of Kierkegaard the human being of Buber isn't isolating person who lonely appears before The Infinite, but human being participating in relations, especially in personal relationship. Buber gets closer to Stirner and Kierkegaard by antiheglism. They all want to reveal real existence of human being, they don't want to create a new another 'conception of human being'. Kierkegaard allows a relation with God, but Stirner's conception of The Unique turns down this relation, which caused an importand distinctness from dialogical perspective.
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