What does a liar think about an honest person?

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  1. Much depends on the context of the situation. And the two main (but not the only possible) option, in my opinion, are as follows: 1) a liar understands that an honest person in front of him and perceives it as weakness / stupidity / foolishness – i.e. What you can and should be used, but you cannot respect. 2) The liar does not understand that in front of him is an honest person (he actually does not believe in the existence of honesty), i.e. The behavior and speech of another is considered by him as pretense and the cunning of the highest brand; And therefore, he tries to either enter the competition and outwit, or, away from sin, move away. Several times I met with a situation when a liar sincerely admired an honest man (a couple of times it even seemed to be jealous) and deliberately stopped weaving his “lace”.

  2. That’s how it should! -So I think I am a lace before the appearance of someone’s honesty. When I myself, I see, I see honest, I realize. I remember how it should. I admire both him and how good my salvation is due to honest. Love for him and shame for himself. But there, honest, it is most often shown – it shows me – the courage of poverty, the sincerity of impossibility, and therefore omnipotence. After all, I have already, honest, conquered – what powerlessness, if here I am – I want with him, I want together. And what someone else thinks at the sight of an honest one was to broadcast dishonest on my part. To be honest, I only know for myself.

  3. That’s how it should! -So I think I am a lace before the appearance of someone’s honesty. When I myself, I see, I see honest, I realize. I remember how it should. I admire both him and how good my salvation is due to honest. Love for him and shame for himself. But there, honest, it is most often shown – it shows me – the courage of poverty, the sincerity of impossibility, and therefore omnipotence. After all, I have already, honest, conquered – what powerlessness, if here I am – I want with him, I want together. And what someone else thinks at the sight of an honest one was to broadcast dishonest on my part. To be honest, I only know for myself.

  4. I love Elena Podablutskaya’s answers! They clarify so much. And I will add utilitarianism. The liar does not think about an honest man. He uses it in the same way as dishonest. Anyone. He doesn’t care. He uses his techniques outside this characteristics. The lizard is not just lying, but for some purpose. It is important for him to achieve this goal, and whoever comes across is not important. If we are talking about the reception of a liar to an honest person – then he uses this “slack” – honesty) And what he thinks is not important)

Spiritual values ​​above economic.?

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