An empirical critique of "interrogational" torture
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Journal of social philosophy, Vol. 43, no. 4, Winter 2012, p. 457-470
The current debates about the ethics of torture are replete with fictions and abstract generalizations. In this essay, the author considers the category of "interrogational torture" and shows how its use cannot withstand empirical scrutiny.
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