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Ethics of War
Jewish, Philosophical, and Legal Perspectives

The horrors of October 7th and the subsequent war in Gaza have raised urgent questions around Israel’s military response and the degree to which it is morally and legally justified. These questions are being litigated by politicians, policy makers, philosophers, and on social media, and have given rise to a range of responses, in both the international community and in Israel. The debates are dynamic, changing, and evolving in real time. 
In this series, Idit Shafran Gittleman, Shlomo Brody, and Yitzhak Benbaji, three leading Israeli thinkers in this field, will explore the ethics of war through traditional Jewish sources, moral philosophy, and law.
This series includes the following sessions from 12:00-1:15 pm ET 

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