A Believing Humanism: My Testament, 1902-1965

Humanity Books (1990)


This final volume of Martin Buber's work contains a selection of his poetry and prose written between 1902 and 1964 made by Buber himself a few months before his death in 1965. As the original German title, "Nachlese", implies, Buber saw these writings as the "gleanings" of a rich philosophical harvest and as a "testament" to his own beliefs.

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