Table of contents for On intersubjectivity and cultural creativity / Martin Buber ; edited and with an introduction by S.N. Eisenstadt.


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Acknowledgments
Introduction
Selected Bibliography of Buber's Works
I. The Anthropological Philosophy of Man
1. The Nature of Man
What is Man? Kant's Questions
Prospect
Dialogue
2. The Social Dimensions of Man
Distance and Relation
Elements of the Interhuman
On the Psychologizing of the World
II. The Social Framework of Cultural Creativity
3. Community as the Basic Social Framework of Human Creativity
A Translation of Buber's Preface to "Die Gesellschaft"
Comments on the Idea of Community
The Forerunners
4. Biblical Leadership and Community
Biblical Leadership
The Land
5. Hasidic Community and Leadership
Introduction to Tales of the Hasidim
6. National Community: The Zionist Movement
The Land and Its Possessors
III. Processes of Social and Cultural Renovation
7. Religious Renovation
The Teaching of the Tao
8. Pioneering--"Halutziuth"
An Experiment That Did Not Fail
IV. The Dynamics of Social Retrogression
9. The Interrelations between the Social and the Political Dimensions of Human Existence
Society and the State
The Demand of the Spirit and Historical Reality
The Validity and Limitation of the Political Principle
Lenin and the Renewal of Society



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Sociology Philosophy, Culture, Human beings, Community