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The ethics of Judaism

by Lazarus, Moritz

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Published by The Jewish publication society of America in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jewish ethics,
  • Ethics

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby M. Lazarus, PH. D., tr. from the German by Henrietta Szold. In four parts, part I-[II]
    ContributionsSzold, Henrietta, 1860-1945.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBJ1284 .L35
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24188364M
    OCLC/WorldCa635172

    Mittleman's book further advances what can be considered a lifelong project related to his deep-seated concern for religious ethics. It is a welcome addition to the Jewish ethical theory he explored previously within the context of such themes as covenant (A Short History of Jewish Ethics: Conduct and Character in the Context of Covenant. Ethics, for them, is the sum and total of any “living” Judaism. Marching against injustice, petitioning Congress and writing letters to the editor — this forms the entirety of what is important in being Jewish. Either of these approaches to Judaism may be right, but .

    At this stage, I consider myself as a judaism observer. This book was being used in an ethics class that a Rabbi invited me to. This is a treasure trove of information! If you want a deeper understanding in the mind of Judaism, this and volume 2 is a must buy.   Buy this book at Amazon and on Kindle. Recent political and social developments in the United States reveal a deep misunderstanding of race and religion. From the highest echelons of power to the most obscure corners of society, color and conviction are continually twisted, often deliberately for nefarious reasons, or misconstrued to stymie meaningful conversation.

    Jewish Medical Ethics 29 rules and regulations and provide legal, ethical and personal guidance to the Jewish people.4 The following are some basic principles of Jewish ethics as viewed by Orthodox Judaism: • In Judaism, there is no basic difference between laws and regulations and morals and ethics because both are integral. For Jewish people Judaism is much more than a religion is their way of life. There is a correct Jewish way of doing everything, and Judaism has an attitude and response to every moral issue. Ethics are concerned with human values and behaviour, and Jewish ethics define correct Jewish behaviour.


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