There are ethnocentric value systems that differ mainly in identity with an ethnic or religious group: Jewish, Polish, Italian, Cathlolic, etc. These value systems are very similar. Then there are world-centric value systems: the desire for social justice, for example, is not Jewish or Polish, but universal. Often, therefore, values labelled as "Jewish" are in fact ethnocentric.
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from the article: Is there such a thing as Jewish values?