Dignity, Justice, and the Nazi Data Debate: On Violating the Violated Anew

Lanham: Lexington Books (2018)
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Abstract

In this work, Carol V.A. Quinn considers survivors’ arguments in the debate concerning the ethics of using Nazi medical data, showing what it would mean to take their claims seriously. Her approach is interdisciplinary, incorporating philosophy, psychology, trauma research, survivors’ testimony, Holocaust poetry, literature, and the Hebrew Bible.

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