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Question is: Torquemada was the first Grand Inquisitor of Spain. The Inquisition tortured people identified as heretics until they confessed. Assume that he believed in good faith that heretics who failed to confess would suffer eternal punishments far worse than any he could impose in this world. Consider the possibility that he was correct. Was the inquisition moral? Was Torquemada virtuous? Please consider Ethical Theories when answering questions.
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