truthlessness


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truthlessness

(ˈtruːθlɪsnɪs)
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the quality or character of being truthless
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damage the relativity that is indispensable to novelistic space." If the novelist backs a particular truth, then his efforts to illuminate our essential truthlessness are doomed.
Lies are what any self respecting hack expects to uncover, and I reflect that Tony Blair, who cares so much about telling the truth, is these days known in Britain as "Bliar." Living in truthlessness is what we all, willy-nilly, do, and 1 begin to wonder about whether something like the BBC, formally dedicated as it is to the pursuit of truth, can ever survive.
The real condition of advertising speech is not falsehood as much as a kind of truthlessness.