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(p. 509) SUBJECT INDEX

(p. 509) SUBJECT INDEX

R. Abaye, 437
Abraham Cahan, on socialism, 447–8
Abortion, 318–20, 323, 362;
Feinstein on, 172;
Waldenburg on, 172.
Abzug, Bella, on political ethics, 453
adam (human being), 410, 412
Adler, Rachel, 218, 273, 276–7, 280
Aggadah, 58, 230, 232
Agunah (the “chained” wife), 253–4n7
Akedah (the “binding” of Isaac), 254n15
Albo, Joseph, 97
Albright, Madelyn, 187
Alpert, Rebecca, 280–1
Altmann, Alexadner, 86, 87
Amalek, 251, 252
American Jewish Committee, 446–7
American Jewish Political Ethics, 445–56
passim; anarchism in, 448;
biblical narratives in, 449;
diaspora in, 446;
prayer for the government in, 450, 454–6;
shtadlanut in, 446–7, 455;
Animal Ethics, compassion in, 419, 421–5, 427;
meat in, 421–2, 425–6;
Shehitah (ritual slaughter), 423, 427;
vegetarianism in, 419, 421–2
Antin, Mary, 449
Antisemitism, 196–7;
in American Jewish political ethics, 445–6, 454
Arabs, in Israel, 458, 459, 467, 468;
Aristotle, 94, 102–3, 105, 111
Avot (Mishnaic tractate), 52–4, 73
Avot d’Rabbi Natan, 293–5
Babad, Joseph, 336
Baeck, Leo, 211
Bahya ibn Pakuda, 81n9, 81n10, 88–9. See also Hovot ha-Levavot.
Bauer, Yehuda, 187, 194
Ben Azzai, 66n27
Benamozegh, Elijah, on ethics, 124;
on mussar, 123–4;
universality in, 124
Bedersi, Abraham, 95–6
Berman, Donna, 281–2
Biale, David, 125
Biale, Rachel, 387
Biblical Criticism, in Conservative Judaism, 233–4
Bioethics, 313–24, 330–9, 345–8, 351–64
passim; body in, 313, 357;
embryo in, 315, 316;
embryonic stem cell research in, 320–1;
in Israel, 331, 334, 335, 339;
personal identity in, 352 3;
sex in, 314–5, 325n12
Birth control, 316–8
Blasphemy, 441
Bleich, J. David, 364n9;
on vegetarianism, 426
Body, See Bioethics.
Borowitz, Eugene, 5, 56, 215–6;
on covenant, 216
Brandeis, Louis, 449
Breast Cancer, 355–7, 360–2
Bribery, 376
Buber, on Cohen, 143;
dialogic principle of, 142–3;
existentialism of, 141, 143;
on I-It, 142;
on I Thou, 142–3;
on Jewish law, 144–5;
and Rosenzweig, 139;
on revelation, 142–3
Business Ethics, 367–80
passim; competition, 374;
contracts in, 376;
deception in, 372;
employers and employees in, 230, 371;
fairness in, 376;
“stumbling block before the blind” and, 375–6;
in the Talmud, 369
Carr, Albert, on business ethics, 368–9
Capital punishment, 475–6
Catholic Church, 195–6
Cherlow, Yuval, on health care, 347
Chiasm, in the Hebrew Bible, 37
Chofetz Chaim (Israel Meir HaCohen Kagan), on war, 492
Cicero, 86, 94
Cohen, Hermann, Buber on, 143;
ethical monotheism of, 137;
on ethics, 134–7;
on equality, 136;
and the God-idea, 135–7, 153;
on Jewish law, 144–5;
on Maimonides, 210;
on the “Other,” 135–7;
on reason, 135;
on the stranger, 136;
universalism of, 136
Cohen, Morris Raphael, on political ethics, 453
Cohen, Richard A., 290
Commandments, 12, 36–41, 55–6, 74, 94–6, 128, 134, 440;
Heschel on, 160–1;
Kaplan on, 152, 261–2;
Lazarus on, 134;
Levinas on, 354;
to procreate, 318, 326n21;
“rational” and “auditory”, 85–6, 89–90, 92;
reasons for, 55–6, 75
Committee on Jewish Law and Standards, 234–5, 332, 342n38 (p. 510)
Conservative Judaism, 201, 263;
biblical criticism in, 233–4;
commandments in, 227, 231;
ethics in, 255–36
passim; and magen tzedek, 230, 427–8;
universalism in, 226;
Conversion, in Israel, 460–2
Covenant, 12, 38, 39–40, 63;
Borowitz on, 216;
Elazar on, 464;
and the Holocaust, 192;
Levinas on, 290
Creation, Rosenzweig on, 139;
Soloveitchik on, 175
Crescas, Hasdai, 96
Criminal Justice, “cities of refuge” in, 480;
compassion in, 475;
fairness in, 473, 483;
role of God in, 473, 481–2;
judges in, 481–2;
personal responsibility in, 472, 476, 477, 480;
punishment in, 474, 479;
self-defense in, 477–8;
teshuvah (repentance) in, 474;
vengeance in, 474–5, 477
David, 490–1
Death, precipitating, 331;
impediment to, 332
Deception, See Speech ethics.
Democracy, in Israel, 462–4, 466;
Spinoza on, 106, 110
Derrida, Jacques, 430n13
Desire, 388
Dewey, John, 260–1
Dialogic Principle, of Buber, 141–2
Dina d’malkhuta dina (“the law of the land is the law”), in business ethics, 370, 378;
in political ethics, 445;
in war, 492
DNA, 351
Dorff, Elliot, on bioethics, 332, 339, 354;
on ethical theories, 231, 233, 237n27–28;
on halakhah, 231, 238n46;
on health care, 347;
on homosexuality, 228–9, 233, 236n12, 238n43;
on political ethics, 452
Duran, Simon, 337, 339
Ecclesiastes, ethics in, 43
Elazar, Daniel, on covenant, 465
Elisha b. Abuyah, 66n26
Enlightenment, 20, 460. See also Haskalah (Jewish Enlightenment).
Environmental Ethics, 401–15
passim; adam (human being) in, 410, 412;
earth in, 402, 403, 406-7, 410, 414;
Eco-Judaism and, 402, 409, 410, 413, 415;
Jewish calendar and, 413–4;
Shabbat and, 403, 405–9
Equality, Cohen on, 136;
in Jewish feminism, 273;
Spinoza on, 106–07
Esau, 232
Ethics, Cohen on, 134–7;
in Conservative Judaism, (p. 511) 225–38
passim; in the Hebrew Bible, 35–50
passim; in Jewish feminism, 272–83
passim; Kook on, 167–9;
law and, 15–9;
ontology and, 169–70, 174;
postmodernism and, 287–97
passim; prayer and, 13;
in Reconstructionist Judaism, 259–69
passim; and sacrifice, 176–9;
as a science, 157;
Solovetichik on, 168–9, 173, 174, 176–9;
study and, 13–15;
Eugenics, 358–9
Euthanasia, 336, 339
Evil, Heschel on, 161–2;
Kaplan on, 161;
Soloveitchik on, 178
Existentialism, of Buber, 141, 143
Ezrat Nashim, 283
Fackenheim, Emil, on the Holocaust, 190–1;
on liberalism, 215
Falk, Marcia, 278
Fatally Ill Patient (goses), 335–6, 38
Feinstein, Moshe, on abortion, 172;
on bioethics, 333–5, 341n17;
on the United States as malkhut shel hesed, 450
Feldman, David, 319
Feminism, See Jewish feminism.
Fetus, 315, 320
Fishman, Hertzel, on Jewish political ethics in Israel, 467
Flood, 405, 411–2
Foer, Jonathan Safran, on animal welfare, 427
Foucault, Michael, 293, 294, 300n34
Free Will, 44
Garden of Eden, 44, 402, 403
Genetic testing, 323
Genetics, 352, 354
Genocide, 198–9
Gentiles, 55, 61, 461, 467
Ger, 39, 46–7, 49n19
Gersonides, 95–6
Gilman, Sander, 357
God, 416;
Cohen on, 135–7, 153;
fear of, 35, 36, 43, 45;
as healer, 314;
Heschel on, 158–60;
image of, 158, 162;
justice of, 35–9, 43, 45, 158;
Kaplan on, 153–6;
love of, 141;
in Reconstructionist Judaism, 260;
and speech ethics, 439–40;
Spinoza on, 103, 153
Goldman, Emma, 448
Goses (fatally-ill patient), 335–8
Gossip, 436–8
Greenberg, Blu, 276
Greenberg, Irving, on the Holocaust, 191–2
Hadot, Pierre, 293, 300n34
Halakhah, 54–9, 62–3, 72, 73–5, 79;
in bioethics, 330–9
passim; in Conservative Judaism, 225-38
passim, 370;
in Jewish feminism, 273, 276, 278, 282;
Kook on, 179, 183n75;
in Orthodox Judaism, 210, 215, 370;
in Reconstructionist Judaism, 262, 265;
Soloveitchik on, 175, 178–9
Halberstam, Chaya, 295–6
Halevi, Judah, 89–90, 92
Halevy, David, 434
Halkin, Simon, 71
Hanan b. Rava, 434
Hartman, Tova, 279
Hasidism, and mussar, 128–30
Haskalah (Jewish Enlightenment), and mussar, 118, 128–9
Hatam Sofer, on printing and publication rights, 378
Health care, 345, 347–8
Hereditary traits, 357
Heschel, Abraham Joshua, 233–4;
on the commandments, 160–1;
ethics of, 162;
on evil, 161–2;
on God, 158–60;
on the prophets, 158–9;
relationship with Mordecai Kaplan, 151–2;
on the state, 159–60;
theocentricity of, 160–2
Hesed, 94
R. Hillel, 435
Hirsch, Emil, 212
Hirsch, Samson Raphael, on mussar, 125–6
Hirschensohn, Hayim, on Jewish political ethics in Israel, 466
Hoffman, Lawrence, 217, 218
Holdheim, Samuel, 210
Holocaust, 160;
bystanders in, 194;
and the Catholic Church, 195–6;
and ethics, 186–20
passim; and the State of Israel, 187–9;
and “superfluous populations,” 197–8;
survival in the, 187–9;
Wiesel on, 192–3
Homosexuality, in Conservative Judaism, 228, 231–4, 236n12;
in Reconstructionist Judaism, 266;
in sexual ethics, 393–4
Hosea, ethics in, 41
Hovot ha-Levavot (Bahya Ibn Pakuda), 71, 74, 75, 78, 81n9, 82n10, 89
Human Rights, in rabbinic literature, 61–2
Humanism, of Mordecai Kaplan, 162
Hume, David, 307
Humiliation, in speech, 441–2
Hutner, Isaac, on imitatio dei, 181n42
I-It, in Buber, 142
I-Thou, in Buber, 142–3
Ibn Daud, 91–2, 94
Ibn Ezra, on liberty, 90–1
Ibn Gabirol, 82n11;
ethics of, 87–8
Ibn Shemtov, 97–8
Idealism, 135
Identity, Jewish. See Jewish Political Ethics in Israel.
Imitatio dei, 244;
as commandment, 181n33;
Hutner on, 181n42;
Maimonides on, 173;
Soloveitchik on, 173, 175–7. See also God.
Infertility, 317, 321–2;
halakhic, 390–1
Intellectual property, 374, 377–8
Isaiah, ethics in, 41
R. Ishmael, 296–7
Israel (Biblical land), 40
Israel (people), 39–41, 62
Israel (State), halakha in, 463–8;
Jewish feminism in, 275;
Isserles, Moses, 435
Jacob (Patriarch), 232
Jacob b. Asher, 438–9
James, William, 260
Jewish feminism, activism in, 282, 283;
and agunah, 283;
equality, 273;
and ethics, 272–83;
and halakhahh, 273, 276, 282;
and lesbianism, 274–5, 280–1;
in Orthodoxy, 276, 279;
in Reform, 218. See also Women.
Jewish law. See Halakhahh.
Jewish Political Ethics in Israel, 459–69
passim; Chief Rabbinate in, 462, 463;
Israel Defense Forces in, 467, 469;
Jewish identity in, 458–61, 463
Job, 43–4
John XXIII, 196
John Paul II (Pope), 196
R. Judah Ha-Nasi, 11, 420–1
Judah b. Shmuel b. Kalonymus, 76
Jubilee, 406–8
Justice, 102, 354, 408;
in bioethics, 345–6, 354;
divine, 35–9;
and the environment, 408;
social, 230–1, 448, 454
Kabbalah, 75–7, 79–80;
commandments in, 76–7;
ethics in, 71–81
passim; Kook on, 167;
Krochmal on, 125;
in mussar, 122, 124, 127;
and sex, 389. See also Sifrut ha-Musar.
Kant, Immanuel, 85, 307;
ethics of, 135;
Soloveitchik on, 171–2
Kaplan, Mordecai, on American Judaism, 450–1;
on the commandments, 152, 261–2;
on ethics, 157;
on evil, 161;
on God, 153–6;
on Jewish civilization, 152, 260;
relationship with Abraham Joshua Heschel, 151–2;
on revelation, 152;
on the state, 152–3
Katz, Steven, 161
Kavanah (intention), 74
Kaye/Kantorowitz, Melanie, on political ethics, 452–3
Kidnapping, 478
Klepfisz, Irena, 282
Kohler, Kaufmann, on ethics, 208;
on halakhahh, 211;
on Zionism, 211
(p. 512)
Kook, Abraham Isaac, 257n47;
on ethics, 167–9, 179;
on halakhah, 179, 183n75;
and kabbalah, 167;
on natural morality, 171, 180;
on slavery, 170, 183n74;
on vegetarianism, 426;
on women’s education, 183n76
Krochmal, Nathan, on kabbalah, 125;
on mussar, 124–5
Kugel, James, 36
Kukla, Elliot Rose, 394–5
Landau, Yehezkel, 231–2, 336
Lashon hara, 437–8, 439
Law of Return, 460, 470n8
Lazarus, Moritz, on commandments, 134;
on ethics, 207–08
Leibowitz, Yeshayahu, on Jewish political ethics in Israel, 466, 469
Lesbianism, in Jewish feminism, 275–6; 280–1. See also homosexuality.
Levinas, Emmanuel, 106;
on commandment, 354;
and ethics, 287–91
Leviticus 19, 36–7
Lex talionis (“eye for an eye”), 59–60, 474, 479
Life Support, 332–5
Lifnim meshurat ha-din (“beyond the letter of the law”), 57–8, 67n39, 72–3, 243, 261;
in business ethics, 380
Love, commandment of, 143–4;
in the Hebrew Bible, 35, 36, 37, 40–1, 46–7;
Spinoza on, 112
Luria, Isaac, 77, 83n28
Luzzato, Samuel David, and mussar, 121–3, 130
Lying, 434–5, 436
Lyotard, Jean-François, 287
MacIntyre, Alasdair, 264
Maharal, 424
Maharsha (Samuel Edels), 102–3
Mamzerut, 229
Maimonides, 75, 92–5, 98, 101n52, 102, 105, 109, 342n30;
on attributes of action, 173–4;
Cohen on, 210;
on health, 354;
on homosexuality, 393;
on sex, 388–9;
on shehitah, 427;
Soloveitchik on, 173–4;
on speech ethics, 436, 442;
on war, 490–91
Mar Ukba, 443
Marriage, 386–7
Marton, Kati, 187
Mamzerut (bastardy), 253–4n7;
in Conservative Judaism, 229
Masturbation, 391
Masturbation, 391
Medicine, 313–4
R. Meir, 436
Meiri, Menachem, 69n55, 336
Mendelssohn, Moses, 98, 119, 126
Meyer, Michael, 220
Middat hasidut (“the way of the pious”), 243
Milgrom, Jacob, 37
Misleading speech, See Speech ethics.
Mitnagdim, 130
Morality, See Ethics.
Moses, 91, 92, 404
Mussar, Benamozgh on, 123–4;
Hasidism and, 128–30;
and the Haskalah, 118, 128–9;
Hirsch on, 125–6;
kabbalah and, 122, 124, 127;
Krochmal on, 124–5;
Luzzato on, 121–3, 130;
Salanter on, 127–30
Mysticism, Kaplan on, 156;
Kook on, 168
Na’aseh ve-nishma (“we will do and we will hear” Ex. 24,7), 290, 291
Nachmanides, 314, 370, 423
Natural law, 85–6;
Spinoza on, 104–5
Nazism, 197
Necessity Defense, 337–8
Neeman Commission, 461
Neighbor, love of, 140–1
Neo-Orthodoxy, 125
Ner-David, Haviva, 390–1
Newman, Louis, on bioethics, 330–1
Niebuhr, Reinhold, 160
Nietzsche, Friedrich, 91
Noahide, 62–3, 97, 425, 451, 452
Non-Jews. See Gentiles.
Novak, David, on political ethics, 452
Ontology, See Ethics, Ontology.
Organ Donation, 230
Orthodox Judaism, 20–1, 263;
accommodationism in, 251–2;
commandments in, 245–6;
ethics in, 241–53
passim; feminism in, 276, 279;
halakhah in, 241–53
passim, 370;
Haredi, 241–2;
indeterminacy in, 247–8;
modern 241–2;
revelation in, 241;
values in, 248–50, 256n35
“Other”, Buber on, 144;
Cohen on, 135–7, 144;
Rosenzweig on, 139–40, 144;
Soloveitchik on, 176
Ozick, Cynthia, 273
Palestinians, 468–9
Particularism, in rabbinic literature, 60–3
Patient Autonomy, 333–4
Pharaoah, 44
Philosophy, Spinoza on, 108–09
Pikkuah nefesh, 354
Pittsburgh Platform, 210, 212, 215
Plagues, 403–5
Plaskow, Judith, 278, 393
Plato, 87, 90, 91;
Euthyphro, 134
Pleasure, 387–8
Postmodernism, “care of the self” in, 294;
covenant in, 290;
and Jewish ethics, 287–97
passim; “totality” in, 286–9, 294;
(p. 513)
Power, Samantha, 199
Price fraud in, 373
Printing and publication rights in, 378–9
Procreation, 392–3
Protest, See Speech ethics.
Proverbs, ethics in, 42
Providence, 159
Radday, Yehuda, 37
Rape, 386, 479
Rashi, 428
Rationalism, 123
Rava, 437
Ravitsky, Aviezer, on Jewish Political Ethics in Israel, 463
Rawls, John, 264
Reason, 85, 89, 121;
Cohen on, 135;
and revelation, 172
Rebellious son, 60
Reconstructionist Judaism, commandments in, 261;
ethics in, 259–69
passim; functionalism in, 260;
God in, 260;
halakhah in, 262, 265;
homosexuality in, 266;
values-based decision-\ making in, 266–9
Redemption, Rosenzweig on, 139
Reform Judaism, 21–2, 41;
authenticity in, 217–8;
autonomy in, 215;
and civil rights, 213–4;
and ethics, 206–20
passim; and halakhah, 210, 215, 370;
Kantian ethics in, 207, 209, 217;
social justice in, 212–3;
tikkum olam in, 207;
universalism in, 208;
Zionism in 211, 219.
Regensberg, Alter David, on war, 493–4
Reisner, Avram, on bioethics, 332
Reproof, See Speech ethics.
Revelation, Buber on, 142–3;
Kaplan on, 152;
in Orthodox Judaism, 241;
and reason, 172;
Rosenzweig on, 139;
Soloveitchik on, 173;
Spinoza on, 109
Riskin, Shlomo, on vegetarianism, 431n33
Rollin, Bernard, on animal welfare, 428–8
Rosenzweig, on command, 139–41;
on creation, 139;
on Jewish law, 144–5;
on love, 140–1;
on the “Other,” 139–40;
on philosophy, 138–9;
on redemption, 139;
on revelation, 139
Ross, Tamar, 277
Roth, Joel, on halakhah, 231;
on homosexuality, 228;
on women and the rabbinate, 227–9, 237n16, 238n44
Rubenstein, Richard, on the Holocaust, 197–8
Ruth, 359
Saadiah Gaon, 75, 82n11, 172, 425;
ethics of, 84–7
Sacrifice, Soloveitchik on, 176–9
Salanter, Israel, on business ethics, 367;
on mussar, 127–30;
on the soul, 129
R. Samuel, 435–6, 442–3
Samuel b. Meir, 437
Sarbanes-Oxley, and business ethics, 368–9
Schofer, Jonathan, 293–5
Scholem, Gershom, 71–2, 81n1
Schneerson, Menachem Mendel, 451
Schweid, Eliezer, on Jewish political ethics in Israel, 461
Sefirot, 77, 80
Sexual Ethics, 383–95
passim; gender in, 385, 394;
Maimonides on, 388, 389;
menstrual separation in, 389–90, 397n49;
same-sex relationships in, 393–4
Shabbati Zevi, 82–3n17
Shammai, 435
Shehitah (ritual slaughter), See Animal Ethics.
Sifrut ha-musar (ethical literature), 71, 72, 73–4, 75, 78–81
Silverman, William, 219
R. Simeon, 297
Sin, Kaplan on, 161
Singer, Isaac Bashevis, on vegetarianism, 430n12
Slander, 437
Slavery, in the Hebrew Bible, 39, 46–7, 49n20;
Kook on, 179, 183n74
Smoking, prohibition of, 230
Social Gospel, 211
Socialism, in American Jewish political ethics, 447–8
Socrates, 85
Soloveitchik, Joseph, on the commandments, 174;
on creation, 175;
on ethics, 168–9, 173, 174, 177;
on ethics and sacrifice, 176–9;
on evil, 178;
on free will, 172;
on halakhah, 172, 175, 178–9;
on imitatio dei, 173, 175, 176–7;
on Kant, 171–2;
on Maimonides, 173–4;
on natural morality, 170;
on women’s education, 183n74
Stokes, Rose Pastor, 448
Straus, Oscar, 449
Speech ethics, 433–443
passim; beneficial speech in, 441;
deception in, 435–6;
holy speech in, 439–41;
language in, 433, 439;
Maimonides on, 435, 436, 437, 441, 442;
misleading speech in, 435;
oppressive speech in, 438–9;
protest, 441, 442;
reproof, 441, 442
Speech-thinking, in Rosenzweig’s thought, 138–9
Spinoza, Benedict, 101n13, 446;
on civil law, 104;
on conatus (power), 103, 105, 107, 110;
on democracy, 106, 110;
on divine law, 107;
on equality, 106–07;
on ethics, 111–12;
on God, 103, 107–08, 153;
on natural law, 104–5;
on Nature, 103–4, 108;
on obedience, 105–7;
on polity, 104–09;
on the social contract, 109
Spirituality, 74, 75, 76, 79–80
Steinberg, R. Avraham, on health care, 347
Stranger, See Ger and “Other”.
Tal Law, 465
Tay-Sachs, 351, 355, 361, 362, 364n10
Theft, 371–2
Terefah (Terminally-Ill Patient), 331–3, 337–9
Ticktin, Esther, 273
Torah, 14, 255n23;
in Conservative Judaism, 233, 234;
as grundnorm, 369;
in Reconstructionist Judaism, 260
Trees, 414–5
Tribalism, See Particularism.
Tucker, Gordon, on halakhah, 231, 235, 238n49
Tzimtzum (God’s “self-contraction”), 175, 176
Universality, in Benamozegh, 124;
in Cohen, 137;
in the Hebrew Bible, 45–6;
in rabbinic literature, 60–3;
in Reform Judaism, 208
Vegetarianism, See Animal Ethics.
Virtue, 102
Waldenburg, Eliezer, on abortion, 172;
on health care, 346–7
War, in the Bible, 487–8;
commanded, 490;
ethics of, 487–99
passim; human dignity in, 497;
human life in, 493, 496;
and the IDF, 495–9;
Just, 489–90;
Maimonides on, 490–1;
morality of, 488, 489;
norms of, 489;
and peace, 493, 498;
permitted, 490;
preemptive, 491;
preventive, 491;
“purity of arms” in, 495, 496–7;
restraint in, 494–5, 497;
and the State of Israel, 488, 493–9
Wiesel, Elie, on the Holocaust, 192–3
Wilson, J.G., on Jewish genetics, 357
Wisdom, 42
Wise, Isaac Mayer, 209
Wise, Stephen, 211–2
Wissenschaft des Judentums (Science of Judaism), 123
Women, and commandments, 55, 227, 228;
and Conservative Judaism, 226–7, 229, 237n16, 238n44;
marginalization of, 273, 276;
subordination of, 272, 273, 274, 276, 277, 278, 283
Yetzer (inclination), 53, 64–5n13, 294, 295
Yirat shamayim (fear of heaven), 251
R. Yohanan b. Zakkai, 58, 226
R. Yose Ha-Gelili, 295
Yosef, Ovadiah, on intellectual property, 378
Zionism, 459;
in American Jewish political ethics, 450;
and environmental ethics, 414;
and the Holocaust, 187;
Kohler on, 211;
in Reform Judaism, 211, 219;
in Reconstructionist Judaism, 261
Zohar, 76, 77, 80
Zohar, Noam, on health care, 347
Zoloth, Laurie, 280