Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Torture" by Seumas Miller

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  • Allhoff, Fritz, 2003, “Terrorism and Torture,” International Journal of Applied Philosophy, 17 (1): 105–18. (Scholar)
  • Arnold, M., 1984, The Testimony of Steve Biko, London: Smith. (Scholar)
  • Bagaric, Mirko, and Clarke, Julie, 2007, Torture: When the Unthinkable is Permissible, Albany: State University of New York Press. (Scholar)
  • Baldwin, John, 1993, “Police Interview Techniques,” British Journal of Criminology, 33 (3): 325–352. (Scholar)
  • Brecher, Bob, 2008, Torture and the Ticking Bomb, Oxford: Blackwell. (Scholar)
  • Davis, Michael, 2005, “ The Moral Justification of Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment,” International Journal of Applied Philosophy, 19 (2): 161–78. (Scholar)
  • Dershowitz, Alan M., 2003, Why Terrorism Works: Understanding the Threat, Responding to the Challenge, Melbourne: Scribe Publications. (Scholar)
  • Hill, Daniel, 2007, “Ticking Bombs, Torture and the Analogy with Self-defence,” American Philosophical Quarterly, 44: 395–404. (Scholar)
  • Human Rights Watch, 2009, Broken System: Dysfunction, Abuse and Impunity in the Indian Police, August 4, 2009, 1-56432-518-0 [Available online in PDF] (Scholar)
  • Ignatieff, Michael, 2005, “Moral Prohibition at a Price” in Kenneth Roth and Minky Worden (eds.) Torture: Does it Make us Safer? Is it Ever OK?, New York: The New Press. (Scholar)
  • Independent Commission on the Los Angeles Police Department (1991). Report of the Independent Commission on the Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles, CA: City of Los Angeles. [Available Online] (Scholar)
  • Kershnar, Stephen, 2005, “For Interrogational Torture,” International Journal of Applied Philosophy, 19(2): 223–241. (Scholar)
  • Levinson, Sanford, (ed.), 2004, Torture: A Collection, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • Luban, David, 2005, “Liberalism and the Unpleasant Question of Torture,” Virginia Law Review, 91 (6): 1425–61. (Scholar)
  • Machan, Tibor R., 1990, “Exploring Extreme Violence (Torture),” Journal of Social Philosophy, 21: 92–7. (Scholar)
  • Matthews, Richard, 2008, The Absolute Violation: Why Torture Must be Prohibited, Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. (Scholar)
  • McMahan, Jeff, 2008, “Torture in Principle and in Practice,” Public Affairs Quarterly, 22 (2): 111–128. (Scholar)
  • Mendez, Juan E., 2005, “Torture in Latin America,” in Kenneth Roth and Minky Worden (eds.) Torture: Does it Make us Safer? Is it Ever OK?, New York: The New Press. (Scholar)
  • Miller, Seumas, 2005, “Is Torture Ever Morally Justified?International Journal of Applied Philosophy, 19 (2): 179–92. (Scholar)
  • Miller, Seumas and John Blackler, 2005, Ethical Issues in Policing, Aldershot: Ashgate. (Scholar)
  • Miller, Seumas, 2010, The Moral Foundations of Social Institutions: A Philosophical Study, New York: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • Miller, Seumas, 2009, Terrorism and Counter-terrorism: Ethics and Liberal Democracy, Oxford: Blackwell. (Scholar)
  • Murton, T. and Hyams, J., 1969. Inside Prison, USA, New York: Grover Press. (Scholar)
  • Nagle, F., 1978, Report of the Royal Commission into New South Wales Prisons, Volumes 1, 2 & 3, Sydney: Government Printer. (Scholar)
  • National Commission on Truth and Reconciliation, 1993, Report of the Chilean National Commission on Truth and Reconciliation, Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press. (Scholar)
  • Parks, Bernard, 2000, Board of Inquiry into the Rampart Area Corruption Incident Public Report, Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles Police Department. [Available online.] (Scholar)
  • Public Committee Against Torture in Israel [PCATI], 2003, Back to a Routine of Torture: Torture and Ill-treatment of Palestinian Detainees during Arrest, Detention and Interrogation, September 2001–April 2003. [Available online] (Scholar)
  • Rampart Independent Review Panel, 2000, Report to Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners Concerning the Operations, Policies and Procedures of Los Angeles Police Department in the Wake of the Rampart Scandal, Los Angeles, CA: City of Los Angeles. [Available online] (Scholar)
  • Rodin, David, (ed.), 2007, War, Torture and Terrorism: Ethics and War in the 21st Century, Oxford: Blackwell. (Scholar)
  • Schauer, Frederick, 2003, Profiles, Probabilities and Stereotypes, Harvard: Belknap Press. (Scholar)
  • Shue, Henry, 1978, “Torture,” Philosophy and Public Affairs, 7: 124–43 (Scholar)
  • Stannard, B., 1988, “How We Got Finch,” The Bulletin Magazine, November 22, 1988. (Scholar)
  • Steinhoff, Uwe, 2006, “Torture: The Case for Dirty Harry and Against Alan Dershowitz,” Journal of Applied Philosophy, 23 (3): 337–353. (Scholar)
  • Steinhoff, Uwe, 2010, “Defusing the Ticking Social Bomb Argument: The Right to Self-defensive Torture,” Global Dialogue, 12 (1) (Winter/Spring 2010). [Available online] (Scholar)
  • Sussman, David, 2005, “What's Wrong with Torture?”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 33: 1–33. (Scholar)
  • Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 1998, The Truth and Reconciliation of South Africa Report, 2, Cape Town: Juta Press. (Scholar)
  • Verma, Arvind, 2011, The New Khaki: The Evolving Nature of Policing in India, CRC Press: Taylor and Francis Group. (Scholar)
  • Waldron, Jeremy, 2005, “Torture and Positive Law: Jurisprudence for the White House,” Columbia Law Review, 105 (6): 1681–1750. (Scholar)
  • Walzer, Michael, 1973, “Political Action: The Problem of Dirty Hands,” Philosophy and Public Affairs, 2: 160–80. (Scholar)

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