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Overcoming Folly - 36 - The Metaphysics of Ethics

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Overcoming Folly - Part 36 "The Metaphysics of Ethics" With Rabbi Ari Sollish (Recorded live at the Intown Jewish Academy on October 10, 2021) What drives our sense of ethics? Are certain things wrong because they are hurtful to others, or are they wrong in an absolute sense? In other words, are ethics utilitarian or are they absolute? These questions have driven much philosophical debate. And they have also driven an entire field of discussion in the Jewish mystical texts. In this session of Kabbalah & Coffee, we explore what the Kabbalists have to say about the origins and essence of ethics. We will discover the metaphysics of ethical behavior, and walk away with deep truths about what makes some things right and what makes some things wrong -- and why it all matters.

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