Torture with consent

Philosophical Pathways (230):1-3 (2019)
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There are attempts to define torture which say that a person is only being tortured if the pain inflicted upon them is pain that they have not consented to. In this very brief paper, I recommend that we define torture without this condition.
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Torture.Miller, Seumas
Torture and Philosophy.Twining, William & Paskins, Barrie
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