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A Linguistic FiveFinger Exercise
i Selves that Can Deceive Each Other
Appendix A 1 Sources for Case Histories
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action admit amnesic argument avoid avowal aware bad faith behaviour believe Bloggs buried knowledge C.S. Lewis child claim Cleckley conscious deceive deception Demiurge disavowed dissociated drink engagement epistemological Eve Black Eve White evidence example explain Faces of Eve fact false feel Fingarette Fingarette's forget give hand happens hemisphere HYLAS hypnosis Ibid idea Jean-Paul Sartre Judge kind knew least literally logical look lying Mary Reynolds mean memory mind moral Morton Prince multiple personality Nasrudin never normal Nothingness once oneself paradox patient perhaps PHILONOUS play possible pretend Protagoras reason remember repressed responsible Richard Hannay Sally Beauchamp Sartre Sartre's scious seems self-deception sense sincere Social Worker Socrates somehow someone specious present spell-out spelling-out split Stanley Milgram story suggests suppose sure tell theory thing thought true truth trying typically unconscious usually waiter wishful thinking words