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2016 | 1(31) | 25-38
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Dialogical style of living in philosophy of Martin of Buber – immediate concept for pedagogic challenges?

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Buber is one of the leading representatives of the philosophy of dialogue, a trend also called the philosophy of meeting or the philosophy of the other, which emerged as a separate direction after the First World War. Different from thinking, which seeks to present a human being within existing system, the philosophy of dialogue rejects the prevailing philosophy of the subject and opposes the possibility of subjective experience of the other. The place of a lonely, intelligent subject is taken by the fully autonomous other, with whom you can establish a direct dialogue. Martin Buber, while describing different areas of relationships in which humans live, is looking for possibilities of a true meeting, which eventually would become a manifestation of meaning. The aim of this study is to present a dialogical way of human life, the way leading to the discovery of true nature o relationship and their pedagogical inspirations.
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