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If God did not respect such freedom, not only would morality be abolished but men and women would cease to be human. Freedom and responsibility are the very essence of humanity; if human beings are to exist, they must be granted the capacity to choose the course of their lives. Hence although God is longsuffering, the wicked will go about their evil ways. There is no alternative: if human beings are to act freely without being overwhelmed by divine supremacy, God must absent Himself. The God of history is therefore both absent and present simultaneously.
Her father, an engineer, died of syphilitic insanity when Hannah was 7. In 1920 her mother married Martin Beerwald, who had two daughters, Eva and Clara Beerwald. After graduating from high school in Königsberg in 1924, she studied theology with Rudolf Bultmann at the University of Marburg. Another member of the faculty was the philosopher Martin Heidegger, whose lectures formed the basis of Being and Time. Her affair with Heidegger, who was married and a father, began in 1925 but ended when she went to study at the University of Heidelberg with Karl Jaspers.
After twenty centuries of hatred and fear, he was convinced that opportunities exist for positive Jewish–Christian encounter in a new dialogical mode. References/Buber’s major writings Martin Buber, Die Stunde und die Erkenntnis, Berlin, 1936 Martin Buber, Israel and the World, New York, 1948 Martin Buber, At the Turning, New York, 1952 Martin Buber, I and Thou, New York, 1984 D. A. S. S. Cohen, Martin Buber, London, 1957 M. Friedman, Martin Buber: The Life of Dialogue, London, 1955 M. Friedman, Martin Buber’s Life and Work, New York, 1982–83 Haim Gordon, The Other Martin Buber: Recollections of His Contemporaries, Ohio, 1988 F.