The Phenomenon of Torture: Readings and Commentary

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter I - Torture in Western History 11
  • Chapter II - Being Tortured 47
  • Chapter III - Who Are the Torturers? 99
  • Chapter IV - The Dynamics of Torture 153
  • Chapter V - The Social Context of Torture 193
  • Chapter VI - The Ethics of Torture 219
  • Chapter VII - Healing the Victims, Stopping the Torture 283
  • Appendix- Excerpts from Documents 357
  • How to Get Involved 365
  • Notes 367
  • Bibliography 377
  • Acknowledgments 381
  • Credits and Permissions 383
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