nonconsequentialism: act and rule. While, some theories are more absolutist than others, the basic assumption of all nonconsequentialist theories suggests that consequences are of little concern when considering the right or wrongness of a person, action or situation. Absolutist such as Kant put forth the notion that there are absolute moral truths, whereas moral relativist suggest that everything is relative and there are no absolutes (Thiroux & Krasemann, 2012, p. 56).
As criminal cases continue to increase, interrogating bodies have inflicted certain acts on culprits which have been described as torture; however there has been denial of executing it, and in most instances no one has been held questionable. This is has raised a lot of ethical dilemmas and questions about torture. Below is the analysis of three articles by renowned professors and authors who have raised different but sound thesis about ethics of torture. The stance taken in the articles is analyzed