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On the other side, to be deceived with too long shadows
But it is necessary to know well how to disguise this characteristic, and to be a great pretender and dissembler; and men are so simple, and so subject to present necessities, that he who seeks to deceive will always find someone who will allow himself to be deceived.
This is my first manly prudence, that I allow myself to be deceived, so as not to be on my guard against deceivers.
Robredo's response was more vice presidential: They have deceived us before; let's not be deceived again.
8 He answered, "See that you not be deceived, for many will come in my name, saying, 'I am he,' and 'The time has come.
Naqavi Hosseini further emphasized that Iranian officials should not be deceived by such US gestures and think that Washington is in practice committed to its claims.
Will it show that even popes can be deceived and deceiving without formally teaching error ex cathedra?
According to Menn, the point of hyperbolic doubt (contra what I am arguing) is not that we might be deceived about matters that really are most evident; the point is that "God could deceive us 'even about those things that seemed very manifest', or again, "even in the things I think I see evidently with the eyes of" the mind'" (Descartes and Augustine (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998), 233).
It is psychologically explained that I am deceived, as long as the trust put in the deceiver prevents me from considering all the relevant evidence necessary not to be deceived.
Likewise, participants who have reason to believe that they will somehow be deceived by psychologists are likely to turn uncooperative in the laboratory--and in ways that a researcher may not notice, according to Ortmann and Hertwig.