“In order to lie, you have to say something that you believe to be false. But lying …”

"…is not simply saying what you believe to be false. Philosophers have made several suggestions for what the additional condition might be… I argue that none of the existing definitions of lying identify a necessary condition on lying. I claim that lying is saying what you believe to be false when you believe that the following norm of conversation is in effect: "Do not say what you believe to be false" – Don Fallis  Read his paper (pdf file)>>

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