Martin Buber (Hebrew: מרטין בובר‎‎, German: Martin Buber, Yiddish: מארטין בובער‎; Februar 8, 1878 – Juin 13, 1965) wis an Austrick-born Israeli Jewish philosopher best kent for his filosofie o dialogue, a form o exeestentialism centred on the distinction atween the I–Thou relationship an the I–It relationship.[1]

Martin Buber
BornFebruar 8, 1878
Vienna, Austrick-Hungary
Dee'd13 Juin 1965(1965-06-13) (aged 87)
ReleegionJudaism Unspecified Releegiosity
Era20t-century filosofie
RegionWastren Filosofie
Main interests
Ontology, Filosofical Anthropology
Notable ideas
Ich-Du (I-Thou) an Ich-Es (I-It)


  1. "Buber", Island of freedom.