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|Noam Chomsky “Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to |
deceive!” – Sir Walter Scott “The people of the world having once been deceived,
suspect deceit in truth itself.” – Hitoadesa “Politicians are masters of the art of ...
|The teachings are not supposed to apply only to those who live in an ideal world. |
But they do ... Deception I have been defending a strict teaching against lying.
Intentionally concealing truths from people (by other means than lying), I have
argued, is not necessarily an indication of untruthful ness. Indeed ... You need not
here aim to cause friends to think 'How ... On the other hand, a good motive does
not necessarily make an action which is neither good nor bad in itself a good
|Having then ordered the prisoner to hand Palamedes this letter, Odysseus had |
him killed just outside the camp, ... 2, ROBERT GRAVES, 1955 to spread your
deceptions through people whom you keep ignorant of the truth—people who ...
are like shadows deliberately cast: the enemy responds to them as if they were
solid and real, which in and of itself is a mistake. ... During the World War II desert
battles in North Africa, the English lieutenant Dudley Clarke ran a campaign to
|He's been working hard to deceive the human race for six thousand years or so. |
Anyone who thinks they can outsmart him or outguess him had better think again.
He wants ... He uses people to help him deceive others by convincing people that
a lie is truth so those people will teach that lie to others. Here's a great lie ... For
example: Col 2:8 Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain
deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after
|The word estahlishment itself is an allusion to the reality of what is happening. ... |
institution revises, or completely renounces a formerly held belief, it is an
admission of error, thus appearing as having not been so “established” after all.
|What such people say is usually not going to be pure error, or pure truth, or pure |
deceit, but a complex mixture. ... but we need a whole culture that has corporately
drifted and led itself along through a whole series of half-truths into a situation of
self-deceit. Then it can be content because everyone is deceived in the same
way, and each assures his neighbor that all is well. ... A cultural atmosphere can
captivate people so that they see the world and their own duties in a distorted
|Jesus does not condemn wealth itself, but warns against the way it can deceive |
people. Wealth can cause us to think we have no need for God, for we can buy
everything we need. Nevertheless, material possessions will never satisfy our ...
|Fighting for Certainty in an Age of Deception John MacArthur ... Elaborate |
epistemologies have thus been proposed and methodically debunked one after
another—like a long chain in which every ... The world of human ideas is
therefore currently in a serious state of flux. ... of society, we are witnessing a
profoundly radical paradigm shift—a wholesale overhaul in the way people think
about truth itself.
|QuotationsBook.com. Cunning is the art of concealing our own defects, and |
discovering the weaknesses of others. - Hazlitt, William The people of the world
having once been deceived, suspect deceit in truth itself. - Hitopadesa Hateful to
|As the unfortunate Michael Dukakis can attest, that sort of thing was once |
reserved for presidential campaigns. Another 2006 ad ... Barnum Would Have
Been Wrong Why do people believe this stuff? ... That's the number of humans
expected to be born in the world this year, according to the U.S. Census Bureau (
2007). ... That itself is evidence in support of my thesis that all humans are born