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Author / Creator:Marar, Ziyad.
Imprint:Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, Aug. 2008.
Description:1 online resource (176 pages) : illustrations
Series:The Art of Living Ser.
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Notes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 153-158) and index.
Summary:Annotation. Whether it's calling in sick when we fancy a day off, or telling someone we love them when we don't, all of us have sought to deceive. Deception is as woven into the texture of human life as death and taxes and, in a world where face-to-face conversations are being replaced by email and text messaging, the opportunities to deceive are now greater than ever. Our capacity for self deception is just as alarming - most of us think we are cleverer, nicer, more attractive and better drivers than others think we are. But why do we deceive ourselves and others, and is it something we have the ability to control? If we wanted to, could we live a truly honest life? In this thought-provoking and entertaining book, Ziyad Marar throws a revealing light on these questions and shows how, by being more honest about our inevitable dishonesty, we might achieve a more fulfilling life.
Target Audience:College Audience McGill-Queen's University Press.
Other form:Print version: Marar, Ziyad. Deception. Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2014 9781844651511