This is an essential publication on Jewish traditions and their everyday application. This volume includes a comprehensive list of Jewish values, providing definitions for each one, as well as an essay on the use of values-based decision making. The main part of the book examines traditional and contemporary justifications for Jewish dietary regulation. It summarizes the traditional practices related to Jewish dietary regulation, and considers such alternatives as eco-kashrut and vegetarianism. All these approaches to dietary regulation are placed in the context of both traditional and contemporary Jewish values and the shifts in food production, ecology and economics that can have a substantial impact on decision making in these areas.
Publisher: Reconstructionist Rabbinical College Press ISBN: 9780938945079 Weight: 113 g Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 8 mm Edition: 2nd Revised edition
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