This book summarizes and evaluates the contribution of Martin Buber as a theorist of myth. It offers a coherent and unified study focusing on Buber's approach to myth as part of his entire system of philosophy. The book analyzes whether Buber's use of myth contributes to modern appreciation of myth.
1. The Student of Myth 2. Buber's View of Myth 3. Buber and the Bible 4. The Meaning of Eden 5. The Exodus 6. Buber And Hasidic Myth 7. Myth as Language 8. Hasidism And Modernity 9. Evaluating Buber