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A Research on Martin Buber and His Zionism

Author: LiYanFang
Tutor: ZhaoWenLiang
School: Henan Normal
Course: Political Theory
Keywords: Zionist movement Cultural Zionism Dual nationalism The Martin * Buboxian ' Arab issues Jewish State
CLC: D09
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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The Zionist movement is the goal to return to Palestine, the establishment of a national home for the Jewish nation political movements. The end of the 19th century, a sign of the world Zionist movement as a Jewish national consciousness awakening in the range of Jewish groups in the world, caused a great resonance. Over time, the Zionist movement rapid development, has been to enhance the visibility and influence in the international community. At the same time, within the movement also appeared in the way of action steps, goals and other issues on the differences, and the formation of different genres, such as political Zionism, cultural Zionism, religious Zionism, fix Zionism, integrated Zionism. Martin Buber is one of the important figures in Jewish history. Buber college became an enthusiastic Zionist, and invited to participate in the previous World Zionist Congress. Become the early days of Zionism, Buber as the policy of the leaders of the Zionist movement Herzl did not agree; Instead, he very much appreciate the thought of Ahad Ha'am, gradually standing Ahad Hamm cultural Zionism camp. Later, deep thinking and long-term vision, Buber early recognize the significance of the Arab problem for the Jewish national cause, and the gradual development of a dual nationalism he officially founded. Whether it is the most important part of the the early cultural Zionism, or double nationalism are Buboxian '. In the history of the Zionist movement, Zionism of Buber unique, thought-provoking, occupies an important position in the thoughts and feelings of the Jews. Therefore, the study of the doctrine and practice of Buboxian subject of Jewish history and the history of Zionism, which has important significance. The article is divided the chapters introduce Buber's Zionism and practice. The Chapter analyzes Buboxian doctrine background. Buboxian 'generation is facilitated by a variety of factors. Family background, the background of the times, receive their education Buboxian doctrine laid the foundation; especially the emergence and development of the Zionist movement to carry out his Zionist activities and eventually form a unique Zionism good conditions. The second chapter focuses on the doctrine of content Buboxian. Buboxian doctrine is divided into two components, namely the pre-cultural Zionism and later dual nationalism. For these two different ideas be separately described. Chapter practice activities conducted 布伯加入锡安 movement. This part time as a clue, be Buber create or participate in a number of important organizations, journals as the carrier to expand the practice of Buboxian 'activities, so as to deepen our understanding of for Buboxian Marxism. In the fourth chapter, the author has a tentative evaluation Buber Zionism. In the main analysis in the evaluation of the before and after shift Buboxian doctrine, and summarized the doctrine of characteristics Buboxian finally combing Buber this idea for the Zionist movement .

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