Jocelyne Vincent Marrelli
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It would be customary to begin with a definition of the topic, but with truthfulness this would be begging the question somewhat. Truthfulness is, and has been throughout history, the concern of a vast array of disciplines, looked at from many perspectives and with many different aims.

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