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In this paper, the authors discuss the phenomenon of habitual (or automatic) lying and compare it to the standard criterion of lying. First, two cases are presented. Habitual lying seems to occupy the middle ground between telling the whole truth and telling a lie with previous intent to deceive. Finally, the authors try to answer some of the most probable objections to such a criterion of habitual lying -that the criterion itself rests on the basic distinction between an intent to deceivedoi:10.5923/j.sociology.20120201.01 fatcat:t5xr3u735jbanndol65ix4auzu