Sunday, August 29, 2004

The Truth About Confessions

The Truth About Confessions :
"The idea that one can confess to a crime one didn't commit seems bizarre. Confession is the most personal of statements. It is supposed to express the intimate truth of the individual, to reveal his lived experience and 'inner dispositions,' as Rousseau put it in his 'Confessions.' This truth, these dispositions, are obscure, shifting, illusive; most confessions are laden with unintended meanings."

http://conceptual.blogspot.com/2002/09/truth-about-confessions-idea-that-one.html
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