concealment of truth

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77) Heidegger's late thinking abandons the notion of untruth as the concealment of truth.
This kind of institutional failure gives rise to "conspiracy theories and urban legends", because the concealment of truth is so widespread in the Egyptian government.
Villegas said the concealment of truth or the foisting of deliberate falsehood even to shield one's superiors from embarrassment or to spare them indictment is always a moral wrong.
Ekman, who has studied deceit for the past 30 years, explained that concealment of truth can occur in many different contexts between business partners or husband and wife but with training, false emotions or a EoACAyhotspot' also referred to as EoACAyleakage' can be spotted.
Even worse for the disgraced former captain is that any proven untruth or concealment of truth will bring ex-communication from his close-knit family.