Judaism and Environmental Ethics: A Reader
On classical Judaism and environmental crisis Jeremy Cohen -- The Hebrew view of nature E.l. Allen -- Concepts of nature in the Hebrew Bible Jeanne Kay - The forestry of the prophets Aldo Leopold -- The agricultural and ecological symbolism of the four species of Sukkot Arthur Scheffer -- Judaism and the practice of stewardship David Ehrenfeld and Philip J. Bently -- Man and nature in the Sabbatical Year Gerald Blidstein -- Commentary on the book of Genesis, Chapter 1 Robert D. Sacks -- Our Covenant with stones : a Jewish ecology of earth Bradley Shavit Artson -- Created in the image of God : humanity and divinity in an age of enivronmentalis Lawrence Troster -- Is Gaia Jewish? finding a framework for radical ecology in traditional Judaism Eric Roseblum -- "One, walking and studying ..." : nature vs. Torah Jeremy Benstein -- Bal Tashchit : a Jewish Environmental precept Eilon Schwartz -- Contemporary problems in ethics from a Jewish perspective Hans Jonas -- The unnatural Jew Steven S. Schwarzschild Some thoughts on nature and Judaism David Ehrenfeld and Joan G. Ehrenfeld -- Comments on the unnatural Jew Jeanne Kay -- Judaism and the sanctification of nature Michael Wyschnogrod -- Judaism and nature : theological and moral issues to consider while renegotiating a Jewish relationship to the natural world Eilon Schwartz Nature's healing power, the Holocaust, and the environmental crisis Eric Katz -- Ethical issues of animal welfare in Jewish thought Ze'ev Levy -- Judaism and animal experimentation J. David Bleich -- Vegetarianism and Judaism J. David Bleich -- Sanctified eating Leon R. Kass.
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