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Unformatted text preview: Treatment or Punishment declared, "no exceptional circumstances whatsoever, . . . may be invoked as a justification of torture" (Sontag 649). Do you agree with this statement? Is there no justification of torture at all? Even if it means saving thousands of lives? Explain. 4.- Sontag says, "the horror of what is shown in the photographs cannot be separated from the horror that the photographs were taken" (Sontag 650). Do you agree that the fact they took pictures of their actions if worse than the actions themselves? Why?...
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- Spring '11