Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1969.
Paperback. 9" X 6". xv, 139pp. Mild shelf wear to pictorial paper wraps with light rubbing to covers and edges. Previous owner's name in pencil to front free end paper. Highlighting to some pages. Binding is sound.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
At the turn of the century Martin Buber arrived on the philosophic scene. His path to maturity was one long struggle with the problem of unity--in particular with the problem of the unity of spirit and life--and he saw the problem itself to be rooted in the supposition of the primacy of the subject-object relation, with subjects "over here," objects "over there," and their relation a matter of subjects "taking in" objects or, alternatively, constituting them. But Buber moved into a position which undercuts the subject-object dichotomy and initiates a second "Copernican revolution" in philosophical thought.(Publisher). Good +. Item #7255