4 edition of The Politics of Lying found in the catalog.
by Palgrave MacMillan
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||236|
Rarely does a book come along with as delicious a title as Martin Jay’s latest offering from the University of Virginia Press.“The Virtues of Mendacity” isn’t a general study of lying but as its subtitle suggests, “On Lying in Politics,” it mines a rich vein of human behavoir. Buy Rise of Political Lying UK ed. by Oborne, Peter (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(28).
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The Politics of Lying is the first book to show how government deception, official secrecy, and misuse of power have caused erosion of confidence between the people and their government - perhaps the single most important political development in America in recent by: The Politics of Lying is the first book to show how government deception, official secrecy, and misuse of power have caused erosion of confidence between the people and their government - perhaps the single most important political development in America in/5(12).
John Mearsheimer's short new book is about lying in international politics. In this arena, political/national leaders can lie to other countries' political/national leaders or they can lie to their own constituents. Mearsheimer defines lying as "when a person makes a statement that he knows or suspects to be false in the hope that others will Cited by: Hence, when we talk about lying, and especially about lying among acting men, let us remember that the lie did not creep into politics by some accident The Politics of Lying book human sinfulness; moral outrage, for this reason alone, is not likely to make it Size: KB.
DAVE BARTLETT has taught the Politics of Lying at the University of Leeds. His PhD is on the transition to multi-party politics in Zambia. His research interests are international politics and political economy, and the politics of developing countries. Those forces are what Hannah Arendt (Octo –December 4, ), one of the most incisive thinkers of the past century, explores in a superb essay titled “Lying in Politics,” written shortly after the release of the Pentagon Papers and later included in Crises of the Republic (public library) — a collection of Arendt’s.
The arts of lying and deception are perennials of politics, having been used and debated throughout history and in the contemporary era. Indeed, for those sceptical of democracy, deception is understood as a necessary and justifiable part of politics.
The Politics of Lying book For example, elitists argue that people need to sometimes be deceived by an enlightened elite whilst, for realists, the Cited by: 1.
Hannah Arendt, “Lying in Politics,” in Crises of the Republic (New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, ) I’m interested in reading Hannah Arendt’s essay “Lying in Politics: Reflections on the Pentagon Papers” [LP] from a historical and political perspective that intersects with three different moments in contemporary US.
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It can be argued,(too,)that lying and secrecy are basic to any government; that it is only human nature for political leaders to tend to conceal the truth, hide their mistakes or wrongdoing, and. The book, "The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir," is set for publication on Ma according to Amazon.
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The book's subtitle, A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right, is a Cited by: That Donald Trump doesn't tell the truth isn't news. It's a feature, not a glitch, of his presidency and his life. I AM prevailed on, through the importunity of friends, to interrupt the scheme I had begun in my last paper, by an Essay upon the Art of Political Lying.
We are told the devil is the father of lies, and was a liar from the beginning; so that, beyond contradiction, the invention is old: and, which is more, his first Essay of it was purely political, employed in undermining the authority of his.
We see the politics of lying all the time in totalitarian regimes, or regimes that control much of the mean of information. What I think has surprised many is that two nations that pride themselves on their democratic traditions and independent media can reach a point where the leader and ruling party of one lies all the time, and the other undertakes a huge Author: Mainly Macro.
Title: THE POLITICS OF LYING, A NEW BOOK BY DAVID WISE Subject: THE POLITICS OF LYING, A NEW BOOK BY DAVID WISE Keywords: Approved For Release /01/1 ('$- P ZP -S-6 C,_ V'z l 26 April MEMORANDUM FOR: Deputy Director of Central Intelligence SUBJECT The Politics of Lying, a new book by David Wise 1.
The Politics of Lying cocktailhag One of my favorite authors, David Wise, published a book in called The Politics of Lying: Government Deception, Secrecy, and Power.
The book begins with "Lying in Politics," a penetrating analysis of the Pentagon Papers that deals with the role of image-making and public relations in politics. "Civil Disobedience" examines the various opposition movements from the Freedom Riders 5/5(1).
LibraryThing Review User Review - Quickpint - LibraryThing. Sensible, evenly-tempered, concise book. Bit odd in its scope, perhaps, in that it seems to have been written as a reaction to the Iraq War, and looks only at lying in international politics, and 3/5(2).
Jay's discussion of "the political" sheds very little light on the issue of lying in politics. To that extent, the book doesn't hang together well. The first and third parts of the book succeed as works of intellectual history. Those interested in the topic of lying will find a wealth of information and references in this book.When we talk about lying, and especially about lying among acting men, let us remember that the lie did not creep into politics by some accident of human sinfulness; moral outrage, for this reason alone, is not likely to make it disappear.
The deliberate falsehood deals with contingent facts, that is with matters which carry no inherent truth within themselves, no necessity to be as they are. The book, Lying: Moral Choice in Public and Private Life (3rd edition, ), was written Sissela Bok, a leading moral philosopher who emphasizes the morality of lies and is an influential philosophical work on the topic of the morality of lies and my opinion, this topic is a critically important and urgent topic for current public political discourse.