Jewish Veganism and Vegetarianism

Jewish Vegan And Vegetarian Movements Have Become Increasingly Prominent In Recent Decades, As Jews Adopt Plant Based Lifestyles In This Book, Scholars, Rabbis, And Activists Explore The History Of Veganism And Vegetarianism Among Jews And Present Compelling New Directions In Jewish Thought, Ethics, And Foodways Jewish Veganism And Vegetarianism Asks How Judaism, Broadly Considered, Has Inspired People To Eschew Animal Products And How Those Choices Have Enriched And Defined Jewishness It Offers Opportunities To Meditate On What Makes Jewish Veganism And Vegetarianism Particularly Jewish And To Pursue The Intellectual, Religious, And Historical Roots Of Those Movements It Also Tests Their Boundaries, Examines Connections To Other Movements, And Calls Attention To Divisions Among Jewish Vegans And Vegetarians And To The Resistance They Have Faced In Part One, Studies, Authors Present Jewish Veganism And Vegetarianism In Historical, Literary, And Sociological Context From The Time Of The Talmud Until The Present, In North America, Europe, And Israel, And Among Rabbis, Chefs, Artists, Activists, Punks, And Farmers Part Two, New Directions, Is Focused On Contemporary Currents In Jewish Vegan And Vegetarian Thought The Authors Represent The Cultural, Theological, And Ideological Diversity Among Jews Invested In Such Conversations And Introduce Prominent Debates Within Their Movements As A Whole, The Volume Presents A Wide Ranging Survey Of The Place Of Veganism And Vegetarianism In Judaism Past And PresentJewish Veganism and Vegetarianism

[Ebook] ↠ Jewish Veganism and Vegetarianism  Author Jacob Ari Labendz –
  • ebook
  • Jewish Veganism and Vegetarianism
  • Jacob Ari Labendz
  • 10 December 2018
  • 9781438473628

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