Analog to Digital: The Anthropological Significance of Lying and It’s Relevance In A Digital World — The Breakdown of All Narratives

I’m a liar. You’re a liar. We’re ALL liars.

Without lies we most likely wouldn’t be here. You probably shouldn’t listen to me however, I am just a dumb jarhead. What I would recommend, should you want to explore lying from someone qualified to speak about it, is to read Sam Harris’ book ‘Lying’. In the mean time, I will speak about it in general terms that are most useful to understand the Analog to Digital transition. Specifically important is the history of lying from an anthropological lens. A…

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