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Caring for Others, the Torah, and Ourselves: Jewish Perspectives on the Ethics of Care

Hosted By: Drisha

In this series we’ll explore how the experience of caring for others in need—including young children, the sick, and the elderly— shapes our religious lives. Using sources ranging from the Talmud to contemporary philosophy, we’ll consider how experiences of care enrich our understanding of halakhah and religious obligation, and how these experiences can help us express our hopes for the future.

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