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Contents
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Introduction
Acknowledgments
Lauritzen, Paul.
Part I
The ethics of interrogation : professional responsibility in an age of terror /
Paul Lauritzen.
Chapter One: If You Can’t Oppose Torture, What Can You Oppose?
Psychologists Confront Coercive Interrogations
p. cm.
Chapter Two: What’s Wrong with Supporting National Security? Psychology
and the Pursuit of National Security
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978-1-58901-972-0 (pbk. : alk. paper)
1. Torture— Moral and ethical aspects
2.
Chapter Three: Interrogating Justice: The Torture Memos and the Office of
Legal Counsel
Chapter Four: Ticking Bombs and Dirty Hands: Coersive Interrogation and the
Rule of Law
Terrorism— Prevention.
I. Title.
HV8593.L383 2013
Part II
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Chapter Five: Treating Terrorists: The Conflicting Pull of Role Responsibility
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Chapter Six: Discipline and Punish: The Importance of Professional
Accountability
of Chapter Seven: Professional Responsibility and the Virtuous Professional
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Chapter Eight: The Day They Enter Active Service: The Military Conscience
Chapter Nine: Lessons Learned: Dignity and the Rule of Law
Chapter Ten: This We Do Not Do: The Future of Interrogation and the Ethics
of Professional Responsibility
Bibliography
Index
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