The Owl’s Corner, September 2010 – Truth vs. Deception
How can we tell when an animal is lying,
hiding something, or leaving something out?
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Thom Williams asks:
Sometimes we encounter animals that do not wish to reveal certain aspects about themselves, often medical situations they either wish to deal with themselves or simply do not want to go on another trip to the vet.
On other occasions an animal may have a hidden agenda item that they are being less than truthful about when initially discussing difficult issues. Perhaps they are masking jealousy, rage, fear, or other negative sides to their personality they do not wish to divulge to family or others. Maybe they are hiding abuse, either done to them or by them.
The range of issues can be as deep as humans that hide the truth from each other, perhaps more.
When it's ethically correct, how do you get to the truth in extremely difficult situations?