Re: I-Thou Three-way?
[ Martin Buber - Discussions ]
Written by Kirsten at 07 Feb 2001 17:51:07:
As an answer to: I-Thou Three-way? written by Josh at 07 Feb 2001 05:28:02:
At the begining of between Man and Man Buber describes a meeting that had the atmosphere of an I thou (it is described in the section called opinions and the factual) He also acknowledged that he was able to have a dialogue with Rogers in front of an audience which before he did not believe was possible (that is in the book "The knowledge of man")I don't remember him speaking specifically of three. I hope this is some help.
Can anyone think of an instance where Buber describes an I-You event involving more than two participants?
>Or has anyone here experienced something of this nature?