Universal Ethics

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This book presents the Torah's View of Universal Ethics, including:

  • The Soul: The Human Being in the Image of God
  • Intellect: Rationality and the Noahide Laws
  • Human Personality: The Psychological Matrix of the Noahide Laws .
  • Society: Social Policy and the Noahide Laws
  • Politics: States, World Society and the Noahide Laws
  • The Practice of Universal Ethics
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Recent years have seen immense, successive physical upheavals - tsunamis, cyclones and earthquakes - in the physical world. Comparable upheavals have occurred also in western society - though the drive to install abortion on demand and voluntary euthanasia, homosexual marriage and the dissolution of the biological nexus of parents and children through commissioned reproduction. The difference is that ideology and legislation have normalized and smoothed the social convulsion as a "natural" development.

The U.S. Congress have recognized the seven universal ethical principles, known as the Noahide Laws, as the "bedrock of society since the dawn of civilization" and as values "upon which our great nation was founded." Associated with the name of Noah, with whom this moral code was completed, practiced by Abraham and reiterated at Sinai, these principles constitute the root ethical code of humanity. 

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Author
Rabbi Dr. Shimon Cowen
Language
English
Publication
2014

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