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The Resource Torture and dignity : an essay on moral injury, J.M. Bernstein

Torture and dignity : an essay on moral injury, J.M. Bernstein

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Torture and dignity : an essay on moral injury
Title
Torture and dignity
Title remainder
an essay on moral injury
Statement of responsibility
J.M. Bernstein
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
ICU/DLC
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Bernstein, J. M
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Beccaria, Cesare
  • Torture
  • Rape
  • Trust
  • Ethics
Label
Torture and dignity : an essay on moral injury, J.M. Bernstein
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
History, phenomenology, and moral analysis -- Abolishing torture and the uprising of the rule of law -- Introduction -- Abolishing torture : the dignity of tormentable bodies -- Torture and the rule of law : Beccaria -- The Beccaria thesis -- Forgetting Beccaria -- On being tortured -- Introduction -- Pain : certainty and separateness -- Améry's torture -- Pain's aversiveness -- Pain : feeling or reason? -- Sovereignty : pain and the other -- Without borders : loss of trust in the world -- The harm of rape, the harm of torture -- Introduction : rape and/as torture -- Moral injury as appearance -- Moral injury as actual : bodily persons -- On being raped -- Exploiting the moral ontology of the body : rape -- Exploiting the moral ontology of the body : torture -- Constructing moral dignity -- To be is to live, to be is to be recognized -- Introduction -- To be is to be recognized -- Risk and the necessity of life for self-consciousness -- Being and having a body -- From life to recognition -- Trust as mutual recognition -- Introduction -- The necessity, pervasiveness, and invisibility of trust -- Trust's priority over reason -- Trust in a developmental setting -- On first love : trust as the recognition of intrinsic worth -- "My body . . . my physical and metaphysical dignity" -- Why dignity? -- From Nuremberg to Treblinka : the fate of the unlovable -- Without rights, without dignity : from humiliation to devastation -- Dignity and the human form -- The body without dignity -- My body : voluntary and involuntary -- Bodily revolt : respect, self-respect, and dignity -- Concluding remarks : on moral alienation -- The abolition of torture and utilitarian fantasies -- Moral alienation and the persistence of rape
Control code
FIEb17752413
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
x, 380 pages
Isbn
9780226266329
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
System control number
(OCoLC)898086999
Label
Torture and dignity : an essay on moral injury, J.M. Bernstein
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
History, phenomenology, and moral analysis -- Abolishing torture and the uprising of the rule of law -- Introduction -- Abolishing torture : the dignity of tormentable bodies -- Torture and the rule of law : Beccaria -- The Beccaria thesis -- Forgetting Beccaria -- On being tortured -- Introduction -- Pain : certainty and separateness -- Améry's torture -- Pain's aversiveness -- Pain : feeling or reason? -- Sovereignty : pain and the other -- Without borders : loss of trust in the world -- The harm of rape, the harm of torture -- Introduction : rape and/as torture -- Moral injury as appearance -- Moral injury as actual : bodily persons -- On being raped -- Exploiting the moral ontology of the body : rape -- Exploiting the moral ontology of the body : torture -- Constructing moral dignity -- To be is to live, to be is to be recognized -- Introduction -- To be is to be recognized -- Risk and the necessity of life for self-consciousness -- Being and having a body -- From life to recognition -- Trust as mutual recognition -- Introduction -- The necessity, pervasiveness, and invisibility of trust -- Trust's priority over reason -- Trust in a developmental setting -- On first love : trust as the recognition of intrinsic worth -- "My body . . . my physical and metaphysical dignity" -- Why dignity? -- From Nuremberg to Treblinka : the fate of the unlovable -- Without rights, without dignity : from humiliation to devastation -- Dignity and the human form -- The body without dignity -- My body : voluntary and involuntary -- Bodily revolt : respect, self-respect, and dignity -- Concluding remarks : on moral alienation -- The abolition of torture and utilitarian fantasies -- Moral alienation and the persistence of rape
Control code
FIEb17752413
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
x, 380 pages
Isbn
9780226266329
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
System control number
(OCoLC)898086999

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