4 edition of politics of lying found in the catalog.
politics of lying
|LC Classifications||JK468.S4 W57 1973b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 614 p.|
|Number of Pages||614|
|LC Control Number||73010202|
The books talks about lying as a political tool. The author focuses on the lies that leaders tell because they think that it is the best for their countries rather than the ones that they use for personal gain. He classifies political lying into five types: 1- Lying between states 2- Fearmongering (inflaming a threat to go to war)/5. Lying in trade occurs when the seller of a product or service may advertise untrue facts about the product or service in order to gain sales, especially by competitive advantage. Many countries and states have enacted consumer protection laws intended to combat such fraud.. A memory hole is a mechanism for the alteration or disappearance of inconvenient or embarrassing documents, photographs.
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. For example, elitists argue that people need to sometimes be deceived by an enlightened elite whilst, for realists, the circumstances of Cited by: 1. 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 prince, and seducing a third part of the subjects from their obedience: for which he was driven down from heaven, where (as.
Lying as Politics in the Age of Trump What Hannah Arendt does, and does not, anticipate under a deeply vicious presidency. the politics to lying to take the Bush administration to task for its Big Lies. As the history of recent totalitarian regimes demonstrates, systematic deception and lying rots the very fabric of a political society, and if U.S. democracy is to find new life and a vigorous future there must be.
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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 rece/5(12).
The remedy for lying by political leaders is an informed public, the authors suggest. Of course that is one of the primary reasons for the prevarication--to keep citizens in the dark.
This is not rhetoric, but a detailed analysis of actual cases (Iran-Contra; War on Drugs; Arms to Irag; Mad Cow disease; and more).Cited by: The Politics of Lying Hardcover – January 1, by David WISE (Author) out of 5 stars 6 ratings.
See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover, January 1, 4/5(6). The Politics of Lying Book Summary: This book provides the first attempt to synthesise what is a pervasive phenomenon, and one that is mentioned tangentially in many political analyses, but nowhere receives the systematic and theoretical treatment that its significance to the working of 'democratic' political practice deserves.
It will thus be a volume that should interest a range of scholars. 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.
Her focus on aspects of social justice. She has written two books Human Needs and the Market (Avebury ) and What's Wrong with Liberalism (Leicester University Press ) as well as several articles.
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. The second part attempts to demonstrate office politics in some more detail through a collection of cases the author got via interviews with some 50 individuals (not all are in the book, however).4/5(92).
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 of human sinfulness; moral outrage, for this reason alone, is not likely to make it Size: KB.
One of my favorite authors, David Wise, published a book in called The Politics of Lying: Government Deception, Secrecy, and Power. Now, of course, some 13 years after the book was written, political lying by government Political lying has taken place throughout the centuries.
In the UK, it started to crank up with the Conservative governments of the s and from the mids, was elevated to an art form under the Blairite 'New labour' government.4/5.
Lying in Politics: Hannah Arendt on Deception, Self-Deception, and the Psychology of Defactualization “No matter how large the tissue of falsehood that an experienced liar has to offer, it will never be large enough to cover the immensity of factuality.”.
This book is a critique not just of government deception, but of democratic political institutions and the way they work. It analyzes justifications and explanations for how and why lying occurs in politics. This book had its genesis in a course with a similar title taught by Lionel Cliffe at the Department of Politics, University of Leeds.
Its original aim was to follow a workshop approach which would encourage students to do their own investigations into a few of the more notorious cases of government dissembling or deception in recent years.
Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them is a satirical book on American politics by Al Franken, a comedian, political commentator, and was published in by Dutton n had a study group of 14 Harvard graduate students known as "TeamFranken" to help him with the research. The book's subtitle, A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right, is a parody of Fox News' tagline Cited by: 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.
The politics of lying: Government deception, secrecy, and power. David Wise. Random House, - Political Science - pages. Government Deception, Secrecy, and Power David Wise Snippet view - The Politics of Lying: Government Deception, Secrecy, and Power.
excerpts from the book The Politics of Lying Government Deception, Secrecy, and Power by David Wise Random House,hardcover p14 Large numbers of people no longer believe the government or the President. They no longer believe the government because they have come to understand that the government does not always tell the truth.
p David Wise was an American journalist and author who worked for the New York Herald-Tribune in the s and s, and published a series of non-fiction books on espionage and US politics as well as several spy novels. His book The Politics of Lying: Government Deception, Secrecy, and Power won the George Polk Award, and the George Orwell Award.
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 constitutional change on the basis Author: Mainly Macro.
Get this from a library! The politics of lying: implications for democracy. [Lionel Cliffe; Maureen Ramsay; Dave Bartlett] -- "Secrecy and deception by those in power is commonplace in contemporary politics.
They seem to be even more pervasive and are generating widespread cynicism among the public. Yet this is the first.Loy Machedo's Book Review - Office Politics by Oliver James There are some books which I find easy to write reviews for. And then there are books like James Oliver's Office Politics where I have to keep thinking and wondering - while suffering a massive writer's block in the process/5.Why Leaders Lie: The Truth About Lying in International Politics is a book by the political scientist John Mearsheimer.
Synopsis. The book argues that leaders lie to foreign audiences as well as their own people because they think it is good for their country, citing the example of President Franklin D.
Roosevelt's lie about the Greer incident in Augustdue to a deep commitment to Author: John Mearsheimer.