The volume explores diverse Jewish approaches to virtue and character.
“Jewish Virtue Ethics,” co-edited by Geoffrey Claussen, professor of religious studies and Lori and Eric Sklut Scholar in Jewish Studies, has been published by SUNY Press.
Claussen edited the volume with Alan Mittleman, Aaron Rabinowitz and Simon H. Rifkind Professor of Jewish Philosophy at the Jewish Theological Seminary, and Alexander Green, Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Jewish Thought at the University at Buffalo.
Beginning with the Bible and culminating with twenty-first-century feminism and environmentalism, Jewish Virtue Ethics explores thirty-five influential Jewish approaches to character and virtue.
Further information about the volume may be found at SUNY Press.