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|Pain forces even the innocent to lie. Publilius Syrus This chapter is intended as |
an introduction to understanding the concept of pain. It begins with a very brief
perspective of pain as portrayed in the arts and then goes on to discuss the ethics
|Words that are saturated with lies or atrocity, do not easily resume life. - Steiner, |
George There is no lie that a man will not believe; and there is no man who does
not believe many lies; and ... Stone, I. F. Pain forces even the innocent to lie.
|Pain forces even the innocent to lie. Publilius Syrus, Sententiae, no. 171 The |
scene: A well-heeled swim, tennis, and health club. Administration consists of the
director, Annette Praetor, her assistant, Candy Cohort, and three staff members, ...
|Syrus, Publilius Pain forces even the innocent to lie. - Syrus, Publilius An angry |
man is again angry with himself when he returns to reason. - Syrus, Publilius
Some remedies are worse than the disease. - Syrus, Publilius He who has a
mind to ...
|assembled people could be seen following after him – even his prosecutor. |
Again when ... For why should pain make me confess what is true rather than
force me to say what is not true? And on the ... [Pain compels even the innocent
to lie.] ...
|A Shadow Force Novel Stephanie Tyler. lvy League school ... Wished she could |
go back to those moments when she was so innocent, until she reminded herself
sheid been horribly vulnerable. Easy prey for the CIA to ... Even now the pain of
that loss hit her hard, made her chest ache and her eyes water. She and her mom
|The lie detector is more accurately called a polygraph, a word that means “many |
writings” ( Figure 44.2). ... who also created the comic book character Wonder
Woman, a superhero whose “magic lasso” could force people to tell the truth ...
Even though she claimed she was having lunch instead of harassing Marie, she
failed a polygraph test (Geddes, 2008). ... Psychologist David Lykken (1998,
2001) has documented many cases in which innocent people were convicted on
the basis ...
|... humiliation that if ever he were to tell her how difficult the contest had been for |
him, he would be lying to lessen her pain. But she would bring his pride crashing
down, she would force that apology from him, and she would cost him dear in
misery before she would give herself willingly. ... Even in her fatigue, a nagging
curiosity had been satisfied about what it would be like to be held in his arms,
|The device only records general emotional arousal—it can't tell the difference |
between lying and fear, anxiety, ... An innocent person may respond emotionally
to the whole procedure, but only a guilty person is supposed to respond ... Even if
new techniques are used, a problem remains: How can we avoid falsely
classifying liars as truth tellers and truth tellers as liars? ... Similarly, the
polygraph may be thrown off by self-inflicted pain, by tranquilizing drugs, or by
people who can lie ...