Campbell, Jeremy: Liar's Tale, The: A History of Falsehood
Book Number: PHI60
W. W. Norton & Company New York, USA 2002 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Softcover, first paperback edition, 428g, 363pgs. In this book, Jeremy Campbell argues that deception can no longer be seen as artificial or deviant, but a natural part of the world. Beginning with a study of evolutionary biology and necessity of deceit in the animal kingdom, Campbell asks the difficult question of whether falsehood might, in fact, be instinctual. Book is in very good, near new condition with mild general wear, otherwise no other pre-loved markings.