Can truth be deceitful? Could there be truth in lies?

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  • Can truth be deceitful? Could there be truth in lies?


Answer #1 | 06/02 2014 07:34
Yes. When you make "Asvatthama mrit" kind of statements.
Answer #2 | 06/02 2014 00:49
Answer #3 | 06/02 2014 02:00
No....:) its a philosophical socio question...its actually Truth is its self pure nd we cannot add any essence to it.. truth is burning flame..
Answer #4 | 06/02 2014 02:52
Yes.Sometimes its better to let the truth be hidden for it may devastate the lives of the concerned.Sometimes lies can be Savior but as the universally recognized saying goes,"Truth cant remain hidden forever"...The duplicitous of truth,gets unravelled sooner than later. And lies dont have truth in it.But its upto the people portraying lies,how geniune their excuse is that determines the intention of that person,whether its the truthfulness of the person who decided to lie for no harm or the double faceted cheat who used truth for their own benefit.Not all the truth speakers are genuine and not all the people lying are cheats.Truth and lies are intertwined.One cant live without the other:))))
Answer #5 | 06/02 2014 19:54
May be..
Answer #6 | 06/02 2014 00:51
Maybe...and that is definite.
Answer #7 | 06/02 2014 00:52
Yes, all lies have SOME truth to them, that is what makes them believable. Truth can be used to reveal things for selfish and cruel reasons, making it deceitful for one to lie. All lies and truths are only defined by the perspectives of those we tell them to and those who know what really happened.
Answer #8 | 06/02 2014 01:16
Many lies are often made up from the truth..
Answer #9 | 06/02 2014 00:56
There are those statements known as "lies of omission," wherein a person makes a statement that is "technically" true, but is actually dishonest in its nature. A simple example could be: Employer: "Have you ever had your driver's license revoked" Employee: "Nope!" (The truth being that the employee never HAD a license to begin with.) He "Technically" told the truth, but he is being dishonest by not informing his employer that he is not licensed to drive.
Answer #10 | 06/02 2014 00:54
yes & yes
Answer #11 | 06/02 2014 00:53
Answer #12 | 06/02 2014 00:54
One man's truth can be another man's lie. Take the different truths in various religions.

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