Jewish Ethics

JEWISHST341

Survey of Jewish ethics from antiquity to modern times, with focus on both general methods and specific case studies. How different traditional Jewish sources and communities respond to ethical challenges such as the death penalty, abortion, cloning, the environment, and economic justice, especially in the U.S. Responses from a variety of Jewish perspectives (Reform, Orthodox, and Conservative.) One course.

Crosslisting Numbers: 

RELIGION341
ETHICS341
Ethics Courses Offered Through Other Departments

Curriculum Codes: 

CCICZEIW