By Daniel Jacob (auth.)
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The right not to be subjected to torture, can also be understood as a protection against a very particular kind of attack on a person’s autonomy. Many forms of torture intend to ‘break’ a person by forcing him to do things that make it impossible for him to conceive of himself as an autonomous agent after the end of the torture (Améry 1980; Honneth 1995, 132–3; Wolfendale 2009, 50–1). Human Rights, Collective Self-Determination, and Legitimacy 43 Winston Smith, the central character of George Orwell’s 1984 who betrays the woman he loves to end his own suffering, is a dramatic example of this.
The interest in physical integrity is a response to this experience. In this section I ﬁrst specify this interest in a way that makes it possible to translate it into a corresponding duty. Second, I argue that thus understood the interest in physical integrity is indeed a necessary requirement for a minimally good life. To translate the interest in physical integrity into corresponding moral duties, ﬁrst of all it is necessary to further specify this interest. The interest in physical integrity clearly includes the interest not to die at the hands of others.
As Beate Rössler (2005, 52–3) notes, while autonomy primarily refers to the formation of desires, we can conceive of an autonomous life as a life lived in accordance with one’s autonomous desires. In the following, when I speak of the basic human interest in autonomy, I understand it as the interest in living an autonomous life. Second, the freedom to act according to autonomous desires is limited by the duty to respect the basic human interests of others. Joseph Raz emphasizes that the autonomous formation of desires is a ‘constituent element of the good life’ (Raz 1986, 408).
Justice and Foreign Rule: On International Transitional Administration by Daniel Jacob (auth.)