By J. A. Barnes
Defining lies as statements which are meant to misinform, this ebook considers the contexts during which humans inform lies and explores the implications. the writer seems at societies with specified non secular and moral traditions the place mendacity is the norm. He additionally exhibits how youngsters collect the means to lie at an early age, and examine whilst it's acceptable to take action. In end, Professor Barnes argues that folks tend to inform the reality, for except the query of morality, there are pragmatic purposes for doing so.
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A Pack of Lies: Towards a Sociology of Lying (Themes in the Social Sciences) by J. A. Barnes