Dying To Die: Jewish Approaches To Final Interventions
Hosted By: Haberman Institute
Many people feel compelled to intervene in someone’s dying, to forestall it, ameliorate its intensity, or perhaps hasten it. Such impulses are not new. Religious traditions have long wrestled with the practical and ethical implications of intervention in death. Explore this complicated subject with the Haberman Institute; survey a variety of Jewish perspectives on these issues.
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