Torture and Moral Integrity: A Philosophical Enquiry

Oxford University Press (2014)

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Matthew Henry Kramer
Cambridge University
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The morality of interrogational torture has been the subject of heated debate in recent years. In explaining why torture is morally wrong, Kramer engages in deep philosophical reflections on the nature of morality and on moral conflicts
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Introduction I: Moral Conflicts and Deontology

After briefly adumbrating the structure of the book as a whole, this chapter addresses some important matters in the more abstract reaches of moral philosophy. It disambiguates several key concepts in order to clarify the import of moral conflicts, and it elucidates the distinction between... see more

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