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 Lie: Psycho-Anthropological Principles and Moral Implications

  • Ecaterina Morar (University of Bucharest, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, 9 Schitu Magureanu Street, District 1, Bucharest, Romania, E-mail:

Telling lies is a permanent habit of human life, not only at the day-by-day level but also in family, business and politics. This is the basic point of our present article structured on three main research steps. Firstly, we analyzed which is the role of telling lies in inter-personal relations and self referential discourse. Secondly, taking into account that lies are not only false discourse but also forgeries by intention we analyzed their consequences from an anthropological, psychosocial and political point of view. Finally, we tried to reveal which should be the positive and negative consequences of the hypocritical attitude.

Keywords: lie, family, inter-personal relations, attitude, anthropology, psychology