The annual Conference of the Martin Buber Society will be held on June 20, 2004, 9-5 PM, at Pace University's downtown Manhattan campus.(1 PACE PLAZA, NEW YORK CITY, ACROSS FROM CITY HALL AND THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE: CALL 1-212-346-1133 OR GO TO www.pace.edu FOR FURTHER DIRECTIONS TO PACE; THERE WILL BE A SIGN TO THE CONFERENCE IN THE MAIN ENTRANCE HALL)
This year academicians, students, and professionals in the fields of philosophy, religion, and psychology are invited to explore the practical applications of Martin Buber's philosophy to the everyday lives of individuals and communities. We intend to explore meeting points between philosophy, religion, psychology and politics, the personal and the global. Presentations will involve guided dialogues between the speakers and the audience participants. The general public is cordially invited to attend.
Presenters will include Maurice Friedman, Ph.D., from San Diego State University (Buber's main translator and interpreter), who will talk about Memorable Moments with Martin Buber; Hune Margulies, Ph.D., from the Department of Philosophy, Religion and Environmental Studies at Pace University, who will speak on Buber and the concept of Paradoxical Prayer; storyteller Laura Simms, who will present Hasidic tales; Tony Stern M.D., from Westchester Medical Center's mobile crisis team, who will facilitate a discussion of Buber, Judaism, and The Passion of the Christ; and Charlie Roth, applied Jewish mysticism workshop leader, whose topic will be Applications of Buber's Tales to Everyday Life.
For more information please contact the conference organizers, Hune Margulies, Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org or Tony Stern M.D. at email@example.com.
There is no Admission fee, Though donations are welcome.
Reservations are recommended. PLEASE CALL
212-822-8584 TO RESERVE ONE OR MORE SEATS.
Hune Margulies, Ph.D.
Pace University, Department of Philosophy, Religion and Environmental Studies
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