Online Exclusive: Torture Can Be Self-defense: A Critique Of Whitley Kaufman

Uwe Steinhoff
University of Hong Kong
In this online response, Uwe Steinhoff argues that Whitley Kaufman's denial that torturing the "ticking bomb terrorist" can be justifiable is incorrect.
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