In Buber’s seminal 1923 philosophical discourse, our interpersonal relationships are explored through the ideas of “I-It,” in which the other is viewed as an object serving as a selfish means to an end, and “I-You,” in which the other is seen as a relational being to be fully engaged and spiritually connected with.
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