In any social setting, lies keep the world from falling apart, becoming the real global currency:
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Since man started observing human behaviour, our focus has been on the studies done on deception, morality, and lying. In the last fifty years, almost no study or research has been carried out on honesty in the philosophical domain.
This is glaring neglect as honesty tops the list of the most important virtues, alongside courage, patience, humility and kindness.
As lies morph into a common, accepted standard, our attention (and obsession) is with guilt, fakeness, deceit and manipulation.
Human beings, according to countless behavioural studies, lie when they know they can get away with it, or when they see other people lie, and even when we are in groups, where we tend to mimic the others(herd mentality).
Moving together in sync released endorphins, the feel-good hormones that are the neurochemical adhesive of human relations.
The reward centre of the brain, the right caudate, is stimulated and creates a positive feedback loop among the people in sync.