Does Judaism have a natural law tradition? If not, is natural law compatible or reconcilable with Judaism? What does the relationship between Judaism and natural law mean for the idea of Jewish chosenness and mission? And what are the stakes for Jewish involvement in contemporary politics and society if Judaism and natural law do or do not go together?
- Eric Cohen, “A Jewish-Catholic Bioethics?,” First Things , June 2005.
- Aharon Lichtenstein, “Does Jewish Tradition Recognize an Ethic Independent of Halakha?,” Modern Jewish Ethics (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-jYqnKwq_lTRmlnNndZVTJpbmM/view)
- David Novak, Natural Law in Judaism (Cambridge University Press, 2008)
- Meir Soloveichik, “Symposium: Orthodoxy and the Public Sphere,” Tradition (http://traditionarchive.org/news/_pdfs/Symposium1.pdf)
- Meir Soloveichik, “What’s Missing from Jewish Conservatism?,” Mosaic Magazine, April 2015.
- Michael Wyschogrod, The Body of Faith: God in the People of Israel (Jason Aronson, 1996)