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Journal
2011 | 1 (30) | 177-214
Article title

Zycie dialogiczne w ujeciu Martina Bubera

Authors
Title variants
EN
DIALOGICAL LIFE ACCORDING TO MARTIN BUBER
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
The notion of dialogue is a philosophical concept addressed on hundreds of thousands of pages, but it continues to give rise to many different interpretations. The pages written by Buber on that subject certainly are not conducive to greater precision of definition. However, the specific formulation of the problem by the thinker allows a slightly different look at the dialogue and perception of its impact on human life. Martin Buber's anthropology reveals man as a being who somehow always relates to reality. A man may treat it as an object, or may enter into a relationship with the reality. Only the latter attitude can help a man actualize their nature, as only through the relation does a man become a person. Buber expands the scope of entities eligible for relationship with man. Actually, all of creation is potential partner for such relationship. Thanks to such an approach, Buber can present life as a constant, ongoing dialogue. In this case, God is the initiator and life is the answer - not any life, however, but life in a relationship. That way, human life becomes an incessant answer for the Creator - it becomes a dialogical life.
Journal
Year
Issue
Pages
177-214
Physical description
Document type
ARTICLE
Contributors
  • Borkowski Artur, WSD Braci Mniejszych Kapucynów, ul. Loretanska 11, 31-114 Kraków, Poland
References
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Publication order reference
Identifiers
CEJSH db identifier
11PLAAAA09518
YADDA identifier
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