ClueBot NG Report Interface

// Report

Navigation

ID:1700093
User:199.189.81.10
Article:Lie
Diff:
m (Reverted 1 edit by Schwindy (talk) to last revision by Blackberry Sorbet. (TW))
Line 6: Line 6:
 
}}
 
}}
   
[[File:Pinocchio.jpg|thumb| [[Pinocchio]], a symbol of mendacity. ]]
+
[[File:Pinocchio.jpg|thumb| [[Pinocchio]], a symbol of mendacity. ]]and jesus slayed the dinosaures
 
A '''lie''' is a false statement to a person or group made by another person or group who knows it is not the whole [[truth]], intentionally.<ref>Freitas-Magalhães, A. (2013). The Face of Lies. Porto: FEELab Science Books. ISBN 978-989-98524-0-2.</ref> A barefaced (or bald-faced) lie is one that is obviously a lie to those hearing it. A Big Lie is a lie which attempts to trick the victim into believing something major which will likely be contradicted by some information the victim already possesses, or by their common sense. To bluff is to pretend to have a capability or intention one does not actually possess. Bullshit is often used to make the audience believe that one knows far more about the topic by feigning total certainty or making probable predictions. An emergency lie is a strategic lie told when the truth may not be told because, for example, harm to a third party would result. An exaggeration (or hyperbole) occurs when the most fundamental aspects of a statement are true, but only to a limited extent.
 
A '''lie''' is a false statement to a person or group made by another person or group who knows it is not the whole [[truth]], intentionally.<ref>Freitas-Magalhães, A. (2013). The Face of Lies. Porto: FEELab Science Books. ISBN 978-989-98524-0-2.</ref> A barefaced (or bald-faced) lie is one that is obviously a lie to those hearing it. A Big Lie is a lie which attempts to trick the victim into believing something major which will likely be contradicted by some information the victim already possesses, or by their common sense. To bluff is to pretend to have a capability or intention one does not actually possess. Bullshit is often used to make the audience believe that one knows far more about the topic by feigning total certainty or making probable predictions. An emergency lie is a strategic lie told when the truth may not be told because, for example, harm to a third party would result. An exaggeration (or hyperbole) occurs when the most fundamental aspects of a statement are true, but only to a limited extent.
   
Reason:ANN scored at 0.948183
Your username:
Reverted:Yes
Comment
(optional):

Note: Comments are completely optional. You do not have to justify your edit.
If this is a false positive, then you're right, and the bot is wrong - you don't need to explain why.