In: Martin Buber
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ContentsPrefaceSam BerrinShonkoffviiDialogues with ChristianityTheolatry and the Making-Present of the Nonrepresentable: Undoing (A)Theism in Eckhart and BuberElliot R.Wolfson3Defining Christianity and Judaism from the Perspective of Religious Anarchy: Martin Buber on Jesus and the Ba‘al Shem TovShaulMagid33“Companionable Being”: American Theologians Engage Martin BuberW. ClarkGilpin54Beyond the Law and Without the Cross: Martin Buber and Saint Paul as an Apostolic Competition between “Two Types of Faith”ChristophSchmidt66Dialogues with the PoliticalThe Hard and the Soft: Moments in the Reception of Martin Buber as a Political ThinkerSamuel HayimBrody81Versions of Binationalism in Said and BuberJudithButler103Martin Buber’s SocialismMichaelLöwy131Buber’s ProvocationPaulMendes-Flohr140Dialogues with Philosophy and PhilosophersFrom Genius to Taste: Martin Buber’s AestheticismSarahScott151The Paradox of Realization: Buber on the Transcendental Boundary of Spatial ImagesMartinaUrban171Martin Buber and Leo Strauss: Notes on a Strained RelationshipPhilippvon Wussow194Martin Buber and the Problem of Dialogue in Contemporary ThoughtHansJoas212Dialogues with Jewish SourcesReligious Authenticity and Spiritual Resistance: Martin Buber and Biblical HermeneuticsMichaelFishbane219Buber’s Biblical Hermeneutics and Education—Some New PerspectivesJonathanCohen233The Tragedy of the Messianic Dialectic: Buber’s Novel Gog and MagogFumioOno258Sacramental Existence and Embodied Theology in Buber’s Representation of ḤasidismSam BerrinShonkoff273Index303

Martin Buber

His Intellectual and Scholarly Legacy