The Virtues of Mendacity
Berkeley History professor presents a history of writings about lying, as far back as Plato, and a similar history of the writing on political… read more
Berkeley History professor presents a history of writings about lying, as far back as Plato, and a similar history of the writing on political thought and actions. He then attempts to combine the theses of both subjects to determine when, how & why lying in politics may not only be acceptable but necessary. close
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