The Intersections of Deception and Self-Deception
In part I of this book, the essays are concerned with what might be called the howof deception: the ways in which deception, both of oneself and others, is actually carried out in human life. This concern naturally takes the reader into some quite technical theoretical territory. The essays in part II are more concerned with theoretical philosophical debates in the literature on deception and self-deception.
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