University of Pittsburgh

For torture: a rights-based defense.

Here, the author argues that torture is justified in a number of theoretical contexts, and argues that it is plausible to think that there are real-world cases where torture is justified.

ISBN: 9780739167779
PittCat: HV8593.K474 2012

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