- Title Pages
- One Tales of Terrorism and Torture: The Soft Vengeance of Justice
- Chapter 2 The Many Faces of Torture: A Psychological Perspective
- Chapter 3 Stoic Equanimity in the Face of Torture
- Chapter 4 Gender Performance Requirements of the US Military in the War on Islamic Terrorism
- Chapter 5 The Fragility of Evidence: Torture in Ancient Rome
- Chapter 6 US Torture of Prisoners of War in Historical Perspective: The Role of Delegitimization
- Chapter 7 Police Interrogation and Coercion in Domestic American History: Lessons for the War on Terror
- Chapter 8 The Ticking Bomb Hypothetical
- Chapter 9 Torture and Method in Moral Philosophy
- Chapter 10 Torture, Self-Defense, and Fighting Dirty
- Chapter 11 Torture as Unjust Means of War: To Squelch the Sirens’ Singing
- Chapter 12 Torture and Positive Law: Jurisprudence for the White House
- Chapter 13 In Defense of Lawfare: The Value of Litigation in Challenging Torture
- Chapter 14 Tortured Prosecutions: Holding Private Military Contractors Accountable
- Confronting Torture
- Scott A. Anderson, Martha C. Nussbaum
- University of Chicago Press
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