Martin Buber

I, thou, and the recognition of fundamental humanity.

Paul Meilander
Nov. 17 2023 12:01AM

Even at the Hebrew University at mid-century, when the likes of Martin Buber and Gershom Scholem walked the halls, Pines stood out for his prodigious knowledge of everything.

May 31 2022 12:01AM

The legacy of the great scholar of Jewish mysticism.

Zvi Leshem
Feb. 4 2022 12:01AM

New, newer, and newest Ḥasidim.

Shai Secunda
Jan. 10 2022 12:01AM

Erich Neumannn and the “spiritual crisis” of modern Jewry.

Reuven Kruger
Jan. 7 2022 12:01AM

Lag ba-Omer and a German Jew’s path to a once-neglected subject.

Gershom Scholem
April 30 2021 12:01AM

That’s not a bad thing, but a sensitive new biography is still worth reading.

Sept. 15 2020 12:01AM

Is his unusual childhood the key?

Yoav Schaefer
Jan. 6 2020 12:01AM

A universalist doctrine for the modern era.

Ariel Evan Mayse
Dec. 21 2018 12:01AM

The fire at the core of Leviticus.

March 30 2017 12:01AM

From Hermann Cohen to Joseph B. Soloveitchik.

Robert Erlewine
Aug. 29 2016 12:01AM

Science, death, and the origins of religion.

Russell Saltzman
Oct. 12 2015 12:01AM

“Alcohol, stolen geese, and wives pleading with their husbands to come back home.”

Alan Brill and Jonathan Boyarin
May 1 2015 12:01AM

A number of modern Jewish thinkers, beginning with Martin Buber, have tried to create a theology based on the belief that Judaism’s core truths lie. . .

Samuel Fleischacker
Nov. 3 2014 12:01AM