Theories of Communications Exam One

However we are not willing to hear truths if they

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Unformatted text preview: adings studied throughout this course, can elaborate on the stylistic view of truth. Take for example, the words in Nietzsche’s On Truth and Falsity in the Ultra ­ moral Sense: truths are associated with illusions. Because of the negative Caitlin Rose Theories of Communications Midterm, Fall 2012 connotations with lying that have been developed in communication throughout time, truth has become something that individuals take comfort in and rely on. However, we are not willing to hear truths if they inflict pain. Nietzsche states: “’Truth’ is now fixed; that is to say, it is a uniformly valid and binding designation...
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