5 edition of Pioneers in Jewish medical ethics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Fred Rosner.|
|LC Classifications||BM538.H43 P56 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 254 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||254|
|LC Control Number||97012965|
Alan Mittleman is Professor of Jewish Thought at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City. His books include Hope in a Democratic Age () and The Scepter Shall Not Depart from Judah (). Mittleman's work seeks to bring Jewish thought into a constructive conversation with ethics, political theory, and philosophy of religion. Study of Medical History is not only to express our deb t to our predecessors but is important in understanding the advances that are now taking place in theory and practice of medicine.. Prehistoric Medicine: The "art of healing" began thousands of years ago with the innovations of the primitive man trying to provide relief to those close to him, in sickness and suffering, motivated by.
Written by Rabbi Elliot Dorff, PhD, Jewish Medical Ethics explores Jewish approaches to a number of 21st-century ethical issues, including human cloning, surrogate motherhood, genetic identity, assisted suicide, and genetic manipulation. October 12 - December 14 Mondays, - 9 PM Instructor: Rabbi Gary Fink. Register BELOW THROUGH THE. Abstract. Halakhah is the generic term for the whole legal system of Judaism, embracing all the laws, practices and observances of Judaism. Orthodox Jews consider the Halakhah, in its traditional form, to be absolutely source of Halakhah is divine revelation. To the basic corpus of Biblical law were added rabbinic enactments and decrees. The sources of authority in Halakhah are.
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Pioneered by Rabbi Immanuel Jakobovits in the s, Jewish medical ethics centers mainly around an applied ethics drawing upon traditional rabbinic law (halakhah).In addition, scholars have begun examining theoretical and methodological questions, while the field. Rosner has published eight books on Jewish medical ethics, including Modern Medicine and Jewish Ethics (Ktav, ); Medicine and Jewish Law I, II and III (Jason Aronson, and ); Pioneers in Jewish Medical Ethics (Jason Aronson, ); and Biomedical Ethics and Jewish Law (Ktav, ).
Ethical issues in modern medicine are of great concern and interest to all physicians and health-care providers throughout the world, as well as to the public at large. Jewish scholars and ethicists have discussed medical ethics throughout Jewish history.3/5(2).
Good ethics start with good facts. There is no distinction between Jewish law and ethics. The Jewish approach to any ethical question relies on two important concepts: that good ethics start with good facts and that in Judaism, there is no distinction between Jewish law and ethics.
Genre Book: Religion: Author Jewish medical ethics and serves as an important tool for those who wish to read about or research medical and related topics as found in traditional biblical and talmudic sources." "This important volume can thus serve as a starting point for further reading and research into interesting topics of Jewish.
Characteristic of the medical pioneers' sense of Jewish identity was their publication of the medical journal Ars Medici early in the century, when their numbers were very small.
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This book presents comprehensive coverage of Jewish medical traditions in Poland and Central Europe, set in a broad thematic and chronological framework. It discusses the Halachic traditions, the organization of healthcare within specified communities, diversified medical practices, and more.
A selection of books on Jewish Medical History. The last of our Medical posts. Berger, Natalia, edited by. Jews and Medicine: Religion, Culture, Science. Based on the Exhibit at Beth Hatefutsoth, The Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora.
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Tracing the Path of Jewish Medical Pioneers. One of the books in the exhibition is said to be the first medical textbook printed in Hebrew, a translation of a treatise written by the Persian. Jewish medical ethics, in terms of the application of halakhic (Jewish legal) and Jewish ethical principles to the solution of health-related problems, differs from secular medical ethics on four planes: (1) the range of discussions and attitudes; (2) the methods of analysis and discussion; (3) the final conclusions; and (4) the basic.
Based on Deuteronomywhich states that if a criminal is put to death by hanging, “his body shall not remain all night hanging on the tree, but thou shalt surely bury him that same day,” the rabbis conclude that to mistreat or mutilate the body of a deceased (known in Hebrew as nivul hamet) is a violation of scriptural law.
In addition to his official duties he was regarded as an authority in medical ethics from a Jewish standpoint. He wa Immanuel Jakobovits, Baron Jakobovits (8 February – 31 October ) was the Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth from to /5(1).
Encyclopedia of Jewish Medical Ethics book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Ethical issues in modern medicine are of great conce /5(1). Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Pioneering work in contemporary Jewish medical ethics in the s and s came primarily from Orthodox Judaism, in which the authority of God, as expressed through the Torah and Talmud, underlies the deliberative process.
16 Much Jewish bioethics literature comes from this perspective, which assumes that, through the proper interpretation of.Jewish scholars and ethicists have discussed medical ethicals throughout Jewish history, presenting their viewpoints in accordance with Jewish law and philosophy. Fifteen years in the making, this all-encompassing, meticulously researched work is a comprehensive encyclopedic, systematic, orderly and .Decisions concerning medical care in the final stages of life present a range of Jewish ethical and legal conundrums.
They are often messy and complicated, and they have vexed ethicists, medical professionals and religious leaders alike. While Jewish tradition maintains that human life is of.