Click through the slides to find quotes from Martin Buber

Philosopher Martin Buber was best known for his philosophy of dialogue, centered on the distinction between “I” and “Thou.” The direct descendent of prominent 16th century rabbi, Meir Katzenellenbogen, Buber broke with Jewish custom in his pursuit of the secular study of philosophy. The Austrian-born professor resigned his post at the University of Frankfurt am Main when Hitler came to power, and left Germany for Israel in 1938. Click through the slides to learn more about Buber through these memorable quotes.