|Title||The Art of Judging (ebook)|
We all want to know when a person is being honest or not. Our trust on relationships, businesses and friendships depend on it.
There are specific rules, far beyond what the detection of a lie could show, that tend to be used in courts to reveal the true nature of the human mind. These principles are here revealed to describe precisely how the human mind works to conceal a lie or even a crime.
They apply to everyone because they’re related to the process of thinking, feeling and acting.
While showing the complete structure of thought and moral, strategies and techniques are here described to reveal intentions and predict behaviors. These rules are combined within a paradigm that can be applied by anyone.
- The two dynamics in observation
- How to analyze paradigms
- How to use ethics against a liar
- How to catch a liar with positive information
- The weakness in our humanity
- The golden rule
The two dynamics in observation
There are mainly three ways to observe a person and know how you’re being observed:
• First Person Perspective: What you think about yourself based on your life experience. This is visible in the way you walk, your voice tone, your shoes and the way you dress;
• Second Person Perspective: What you think that the other person is thinking about you, and your reaction towards that observation. This is seen in the way you react to a smile, anger and other emotions expressed by others;
• Third Person Perspective: What you believe that you should be doing from a third person’s perspective. This may change according to the context, the number of people involved and the purpose. [...]
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