Voices from the Archives: Contemplate a Tree

Voices from the Archives: Contemplate a Tree

In this bonus episode, we visit the archives and listen to excerpts from the Jewish philosopher Martin Buber’s writings, specifically I and Thou and A Land of Two Peoples. This bonus episode is inspired by the recent episode, “A Hebrew Humanist” featuring Nicolas DeWarren, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Jewish Studies at Penn State.

Buber’s writings are read by Josh Friedman, a member of the band DATCHA and the creator of the podcast, Art and Life and Shit.

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This episode featured music from the Sephardic group, Voice of the Turtle (www.voiceoftheturtle.com).

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