Guantanamo Bay and the Judicial-Moral Treatment of the Other

Guantanamo Bay and the Judicial-Moral Treatment of the Other (Paperback)

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Guantanamo Bay and the Judicial-Moral Treatment of the Other
Paperback
Purdue University Press
01/11/2007
187pp
Philosophy, Public Policy
English
6.00" x 9.00"
1557534276
9781557534279
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Book Description

Neither journalistic nor sensationalistic eye-witness accounts, this is the first book of serious reflection on the moral background and issues of internal legality surrounding the events of Guantanamo Bay.

About the Editor(s):

Clark Butler, who holds a PhD from the University of Southern California, is a Purdue University philosophy professor based on the Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne campus (IPFW) and director of the IPFW Center for Applied Ethics. His previous books include Human Rights Ethics: A Rational Approach (Purdue University Press 2008), which proposes a contemporary normative ethical theory in the place of natural law ethics, utilitarianism, and other classical normative ethic theories. His most recent book, The Dialectical Method: A Treatise Hegel Never Wrote (Prometheus Books 2011), reveals a research agenda aimed at continuing the German philosopher’s work in the twenty-first century.