Martin Buber Quotes



Best On Judaism Quotes by Martin Buber

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“For God does not want to be believed in, to be debated and defended by us, but simply to be realized through us.”

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“For Judaism, God is not a Kantian idea but an elementally present spiritual reality — neither something conceived by pure reason nor something postulated by practical reason, but emanating from the immediacy of existence as such, which religious man steadfastly confronts and nonreligious man evades.”

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