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Studies in Personalism (Steinkraus, Warren and Beck, Robert) by Edgar Sheffield Brightman

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Martin Buber and personalism. Martin Buber is the best known representative of the dialogical personalism. His principal work is the book Ich und Du, (You and I), which he wrote in Buber’s anthropology builds upon the premise that humans are always faced with other persons that they can approach in an I-It mode or and I-Thou mode. Thomas O. Buford and Harry H. Oliver. Personalism Revisited is one of the latest offerings in the Value Inquiry Book Series (VIBS), belonging to the subseries Histories and Addresses. Personalism Revisited (Its Proponents and Critics (Value Inquiry Book Series, Histories and Addresses of . Contains Studies in personalist sociology, translated from La petite peur du XXe siècle, and What is personalism? translated from Qu'est ce que le personnalisme? Description: xxvi, pages portrait 22 cm: Contents: Studies in personalist sociology --What is personalism? Responsibility: Translated by Cynthia Rowland, with a foreword by Leslie. Personalism is the thesis that only persons (self-conscious agents) and their states and characteristics exist, and that reality consists of a society of interacting persons. Typically, a personalist will hold that finite persons depend for their existence and continuance on God, who is the Supreme Person, having intelligence and volition.

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