The Human Condition

Actually Living In Plausible Gullibility

Mistruth and deceit never had it so good

I’d really like to believe what you say, so I think I will — Image by Gerd Altmann on Pixabay

Just because something is plausible doesn’t mean it’s true. The term plausible is often associated with someone skilled at presenting persuasive rhetoric intended to deceive.

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P.G. Barnett

P.G. Barnett

A published author enjoying married Texas bliss. Dog person living with cats. A writer of Henry James' stories. Featured In MuckRack. Top Writer In Fiction.

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