Resources for Torture is it Ethical Ethical values are fundamental to society. According to the German philosopher Emmanuel Kant he views ethics as the goodwill. He says that for a particular action to be good it should be done to its maximum level. He Kant puts forward that actions that lead to ethics are guided by moral value (Deal 2010). His view on ethics is that the moral laws should be subjected to every individual regardless of their social status political interests and also personal desires. Kant also said that for any action to be successful it must be contradicted. He further noted that human should be treated well that is like the end. However the individuals should act in line with the principals established by law. As cited by Mills ethics is based on the laws and actions of the individuals in the society. However through his Utilitarianism dimensions of medical complicity in torture at Guantanamo Bay. Prehospital and disaster medicine 28(6) 616-624. Fried C. & Fried G. (2010). Because it is wrong: Torture privacy and presidential power in the age of terror. WW Norton & Company. Gross O. (2003). Are Torture Warrants Warranted-Pragmatic Absolutism and Official Disobedience. Minn. L. Rev. 88 1481. Harris S. (2005). In defense of torture. The Huffington Post 17. Kaufman W. R. (2012). Can Science Determine Moral Values? A Reply to Sam Harris. Neuroethics 5(1) 55-65. Kelly T. (2011). The cause of human rights: doubts about torture law and ethics at the United Nations. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 17(4) 728-744. Querijero M. (2010). Without Lawyers: An Ethical View of the Torture Memos. Geo. J. Legal Ethics 23 241. Rubenstein L. S. & Xenakis S. N. (2010). Roles of CIA physicians in enhanced interrogation and torture of detainees. JAMA 304(5) 569-570. [...]
Please greatly expand the third paragraph to be three complete, additional paragraphs. Each new paragraph should explore the views of one of the articles. Each paragraph should state whether it is closer to Kant or Mill. Each of the paragraphs should address the possible flaws or counter-arguments of the article being discussed. Please refer to the project directions and Part III of the organizer.