Longtime, spirited philosophy professor Card dies
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Becker, Hollins University. This clearly written, tightly argued book is recommended for academic libraries Card argues that both torture and genocide are inexcusable, while terrorism of different kinds may be morally permissible depending on the circumstances.
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