- (1878-1965)Austrian theologian, grandson of Solomon Buber. He was born in Vienna. He joined the Zionist movement and became editor of Die Welt in 1901. He founded the Jewish National Council in Berlin during World War I and in 1916 established the monthly journal Der Jude. With Franz Rosenzweig he translated the Bible into German. From 1924 to 1933 he taught at the University of Frankfurt am Main and then became head of the Jüdisches Lehrhaus in Frankfurt. He settled in Palestine in 1938 and became professor of social philosophy at the Hebrew University. His writings include J and Thou, For the Sake of Heaven, Between Man and Man, Tales of the Hasidim, The Prophetic Faith and Two Types of Faith.
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