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This volume brings together new and innovative work on questions of violence--and in particular on the moral and political questions surrounding torture and terrorism. Each essay contributes to our understanding of the limits and scope of violence, and how we might appropriately respond to it, in the context of concrete concerns. Questions include: is torture ever justifie This volume brings together new and innovative work on questions of violence--and in particular on the moral and political questions surrounding torture and terrorism. Each essay contributes to our understanding of the limits and scope of violence, and how we might appropriately respond to it, in the context of concrete concerns. Questions include: is torture ever justified? How are we to understand terrorism? Should we believe the claim that torture is sometimes necessary? Is conscientious objection a tenable position?


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This volume brings together new and innovative work on questions of violence--and in particular on the moral and political questions surrounding torture and terrorism. Each essay contributes to our understanding of the limits and scope of violence, and how we might appropriately respond to it, in the context of concrete concerns. Questions include: is torture ever justifie This volume brings together new and innovative work on questions of violence--and in particular on the moral and political questions surrounding torture and terrorism. Each essay contributes to our understanding of the limits and scope of violence, and how we might appropriately respond to it, in the context of concrete concerns. Questions include: is torture ever justified? How are we to understand terrorism? Should we believe the claim that torture is sometimes necessary? Is conscientious objection a tenable position?

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