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Permissible Lie The Inside Truth About Advertising book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.1/5(1). In the interest of truth, I should first disclose the fact that Christian theologians are divided on this subject.
Some—like Saint Augustine—believed that it is never permissible to lie. Others—like Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who had ample time to contemplate this issue from the perspective of a Nazi prison cell—held that under certain circumstances lying was not [ ].
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Permissible lie. Cleveland, World Pub.  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. A noble lie, which also could be called a strategic untruth, is one that normally would cause discord if uncovered, but offers some benefit to the liar and assists in an orderly society, therefore, potentially being beneficial to is often told to maintain law, order, and safety.
In psychiatry, pathological lying (also called compulsive lying, pseudologia fantastica, and. Sissela Bok lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts and is currently working on a book on happiness. What follows is a freely adapted paraphrase of the core argument in Lying.
Sissela Bok and the moral analysis of lying. A good man does not lie. It is this intuition which brings lying so naturally within the domain of things categorically wrong. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
The permissible lie by Samm Sinclair Baker,World Pub. edition, in English The permissible lie ( edition) | Open LibraryCited by: 1. Baker, who has written a number of books about gardening, guessably his avocation, spent thirty years as an advertising man so that he certainly knows the business although you can well question why he worked in it.
He has barely a tolerable thing to say about advertising, its misrepresentation, fraud, or what Ogilvy called ""flatulent puffery,"" its influence on. Again, a lie is permissible if it leads to more good than harm. Incase a suspicious person is looking for information to use it maliciously against someone else, lying is permissive.
By telling the lie, the welfare of the victim is protected, and the perpetrator does not .