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Surname 1 Name Course Instructor Date Deception is a necessary evil Nobody likes being lied to. In fact, society chastises liars and dishonest people, by either mistrusting them or putting them away, depending on the harm done. However, in our daily lives, we witness lies everywhere; from the conversations we hold with people close to us to politics. Little lies are the most common as compared to big lies, but a lie is still a lie. They are all meant to deceive, and the results are not always pleasing in the long term. This essay will focus on the necessity of deception in today’s society. According to an article by (Boser), humans lie about two or three times in 10 Minutes, or at least once a day. The article also terms lying as unavoidable, and has been considered by researchers good for people, especially for social purposes. Lying, according to a Polish author (Krajczyńska) encourages social discourse. The greatest and most obvious lie has been termed as the answer to the question and mostly greeting “How are you?” The person asking
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  • Summer '16
  • j.m mwaki
  • Lie, society chastises liars, Lying Liars

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