7 edition of Jewish bioethics found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Fred Rosner & J. David Bleich ; with essays by Menachem M. Brayer ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Rosner, Fred., Bleich, J. David., Brayer, Menachem M.|
|LC Classifications||R724 .J48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 424 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||424|
|ISBN 10||0884829359, 0884829340|
|LC Control Number||79023330|
Jewish ethics is the moral philosophy of the Jewish religion or the Jewish people. A type of normative ethics, Jewish ethics may involve issues in Jewish law as well as non-legal issues, and may involve the convergence of Judaism and the Western philosophical tradition of ethics. Jewish Life navigation feature buckets 25 Jewish Things to Do Under Quarantine If you’re looking for an escape from everything going on in the world right now (and have the time and good health to do so), try experimenting with and embracing your Judaism from home.
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Jewish medical ethics is a modern scholarly and clinical approach to medical ethics that draws upon Jewish thought and teachings. Pioneered by Rabbi Immanuel Jakobovits in the s, Jewish medical ethics centers mainly around an applied ethics drawing upon traditional rabbinic law. In addition, scholars have begun examining theoretical and methodological questions, while the field itself has been . Narratives and Jewish Bioethics critiques the prevalent ways of reading Jewish narratives as limited and limiting, and also proposes a way to retrieve these ancient texts and place them again at the center of Jewish bioethical discourse. Crane's scholarship is both original and illuminating.".
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This book's last two chapters, both about genetic engineering, spearhead Jewish thought in this field. While this book was written on the cusp of the biorevolution we are now in the midst of, it still contains some valuable lessons for a dilemma which will not go away.5/5(1).
His first book, Human Dignity, Human Rights and Responsibility, was published in Review "Jewish Bioethics brings rabbinic discourse, including many sources that are available only in Hebrew, to the attention of English-speaking Western cturer: Cambridge University Press.
In Jewish Bioethics, Fred Rosner, and Rabbi J. David Bleich have brought together the out-standing medical and rabbinic experts in the field to explore and discuss some of these most urgent and fascinating : Paperback. Jewish Bioethics book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
How do you define the precise moment of death. Should pulling the plug /5. ‘Jewish Bioethics brings rabbinic discourse, including many sources that are available only in Hebrew, to the attention of English-speaking Western readers.
Drawing on multiple interconnected scriptural and spiritual sources, the Jewish tradition of ethical reflection is intricate and nuanced. This book presents scholarly Jewish perspectives on. Narratives and Jewish Bioethics searches for answers to the critical question of what roles ancient narratives play in creating modern norms by Jewish bioethicists utilizing the Jewish textual tradition.
"Jonathan Crane's re-imagining of law and ethics within the Jewish narrative tradition offers a. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction: The A Priori Component of Bioethics / J. David Bleich xv --Practice of Medicine Obligation to Heal in the Judaic Tradition: A Comparative Analysis / J.
David Bleich 3 Physician and the Patient in Jewish Law / Fred Rosner 47 Pigeons as a Remedy (Segulah) for Jaundice. Drawing on multiple interconnected scriptural and spiritual sources, the Jewish tradition of ethical reflection is intricate and nuanced.
This book presents scholarly Jewish perspectives on suffering, healing, life, and death, and it compares them with contemporary Christian and secular views. To traditionally minded Jews, Jewish bioethics is a subset of Halacha, which guides all of their activities. To more secular Jews seeking guidance in difficult decisions about their health, Jewish bioethics offers helpful lessons and considered opinions from the by: Alternatives in Jewish Bioethics consists of a dialogue between contemporary, Western moral philosophy and the Jewish tradition of legal/moral discourse (Halakha).
Recognizing that no single tradition has a monopoly on valid moral teachings, it seeks to enrich our ethical perspectives through mutual exchange. The relationship between Jewish law (halakha), Jewish ethics, and the ethical principles of general society are navigated differently by different Jewish authorities.
However, there is one principle that can be singled out for its prominence in Jewish bioethical discourse: the sanctity of human life and the duty to save and preserve it wherever possible. Genre/Form: Essays: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jewish bioethics.
New York: Hebrew Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. The Jewish perspectives presented in this book are mainly those of orthodox scholars, with the responses representing primarily Christian-Catholic points of view. Jewish and Catholic Bioethics is an important contribution to ecumenical understanding in the.
Jewish Bioethics - Jewish Used Books is a Used Book Store offering Discount Book Prices. Unlike other publications on Jewish bioethics, it adopts an explicitly pluralistic stance. The book addresses tension between the 'quality of life' and the 'sanctity of life' issues, and will be of interest to lay readers, graduate students of bioethics, and rabbis.
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Leavened with compassion, common sense, and /5(6). This chapter begins with a discussion of fundamental convictions of Judaism that affect Jewish approaches to moral issues at the beginning of life, and then considers Jewish views about preventing pregnancy through contraception and abortion, and, conversely, assisting those with infertility problems.
The analysis is also used to discuss embryonic stem cell research and genetic testing. Unlike other publications on Jewish bioethics, it adopts an explicitly pluralistic stance.
The book addresses tension between the "quality of life" and the "sanctity of life" issues, and will be of interest to lay readers, graduate students of bioethics, and rabbis."--Jacket.Jacob M. Appel (born Febru ) is an American author, poet, bioethicist, physician, lawyer and social critic.
He is best known for his short stories, his work as a playwright, and his writing in the fields of reproductive ethics, organ donation, neuroethics and euthanasia. Appel's novel The Man Who Wouldn't Stand Up won the Dundee International Book Prize in Born: Febru (age 46), New York, New York.
A Code of Jewish Ethics, Volume 1: You Shall Be Holy is the initial volume of the first major code of Jewish ethics to be written in the English language.
It is a monumental work on the vital topic of personal character and integrity by one of the premier Jewish scholars and thinkers of our time/5.