Jewish Medical Ethics for the 21st Century
10 weeks: Tuesday, October 20, 2020-Tuesday December 22, 2020
Time 7:30 – 9:00 pm
Within the field of ethics, one of the most challenging frontiers is medical ethics. While contemporary medical knowledge preserves life, modern advances have raised moral and ethical dilemmas related to the sanctity and dignity of life—issues whose scope was unimaginable a generation ago. 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.
$375 for members; $475 for non-members
For more information, contact Debbie Spiegel at [email protected]