'At once the best introduction to Buber's thinking and the best survey of his philosophy available in our language.'
- The Christian Century'I only met Buber once, but I felt then that I was in the presence of greatness'
- T. S. Eliot
About the Author
Maurice S. Friedman
, a close associate of Buber and the world's foremost authority on his work, has written three critical studies of Buber's thought and introduced and translated many more of his works. He is Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies, Philosophy and Comparative Literature at San Diego State University, and is co-director of the Institute for Dialogic Therapy. He is also author of Martin Buber's Life and Work
(three volumes) and Encounter on the Narrow Ridge: A Life of Martin Buber