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Jewish ethics refers to the philosophical tradition of ethics in Judaism.

Like other types of laws and values in other religions, the subject of Jewish ethics tries to provide answers for many moral questions. It has gone through major changes over the past 2000 years. The halakha addresses a large number of problems that are related to all kinds of ethics.

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