Fyodor Dostoyevsky about offense (“Crime and Punishment”, 1867) - What’s the most offensive is not their lying—one can always forgive lying—lying is a delightful thing, for it leads to truth—what is offensive is that they lie and worship their own lying...
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What’s the most offensive is not their lying—one can always forgive lying—lying is a delightful thing, for it leads to truth—what is offensive is that they lie and worship their own lying...
 Fyodor DostoyevskyCrime and Punishment (1867). copy citation

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