I and Thou
Explore the profound themes of relationships and meaningfulness in Martin Buber's classic, I and Thou. Buber proposes that we address existence in two ways: toward an object as an "It" or in a relationship without bounds as a "Thou." All relationships ultimately bring us closer to God. This new English translation by Professor Walter Kaufmann provides informative footnotes and a prologue that will open up new perspectives on Buber's thought.