Unformatted text preview: normative definition to the guilty, and does not have a predetermined act with limited time. 3. The author believes torture is wrong because it inflicts serious physical suffering, along with stripping away someone's autonomy. These two are at the heart of why torture is wrong. I am sure there are reasons for specific types of torture, but these two provide a generalized statement of why the overall practice of torture is wrong....
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- Spring '10
- Ethics , Thought, Suffering, Jason Lim