- bad faith
- The condition highlighted by Sartre, in which one averts one's gaze from facts, or options and choices, that at some level one knows to be present.
Philosophy dictionary. Academic. 2011.
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bad faith — bad faith, adj. lack of honesty and trust: Bad faith on the part of both negotiators doomed the talks from the outset. Cf. good faith. * * * … Universalium
bad faith — n. insincerity; dishonesty; duplicity … English World dictionary
Bad faith — For other uses, see Bad faith (disambiguation). Two hearts redirects here. For things named Two Hearts , see Two Hearts. Further information: Self deception and Deception Bad faith (Latin: mala fides) is double mindedness or double… … Wikipedia
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bad faith — UK / US noun [uncountable] the condition of not being sincere or honest about your intentions in bad faith: This agreement was made in bad faith … English dictionary
bad faith — The antithesis of good faith; a state of mind affirmatively operating with a furtive design, with a motive of self interest or ill will, or for an ulterior purpose. 37 Am J2d Fraud § 1. Though an indefinite term, it differs from and is stronger… … Ballentine's law dictionary