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Lying and Self-Deception  

Kathi Beier

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Nov 2018
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Dec 2018
Given the definitions of lying and self-deception, it would be wrong to understand self-deception as lying to oneself. It seems, however, that any definition of self-deception gives rise ... More

Lying, Testimony, and Epistemic Vigilance  

Eliot Michaelson

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Nov 2018
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Dec 2018
Knowledge, it is commonly assumed, can be and often is transmitted via testimony. How exactly this takes place, however, is a matter of controversy. One common thought is that, in order to ... More

Psycholinguistic Approaches to Lying and Deception  

Lewis Bott and Emma Williams

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Nov 2018
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Dec 2018
Lying involves producing an utterance, just like telling the truth, but there are differences between how people produce a lie and how they produce a truth. Here we discuss those ... More

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