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Which ethical teachings are unique to Judaism?

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Are there any ethical teachings found in the corpus of the written Torah which are unique to Judaism and are not found in other world religions current or past? If so, what are they?

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I'm not equipped enough to say it's unique, but I would say that Shmita and Yovel are very uncommon.

Shmita - Every seven years, for a whole year, one may not preform agricultural actions at his field, and debts are canceled.

Yovel - Sold fields return to their original owners

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