عنوان مقاله [English]
Undoubtedly, lies are one of the most important moral evils and there is honesty and truth in front of them. Always, both in the Eastern and the Western worlds, many thinkers (both religious and non-religious ideologues) have regarded honesty as a human truth, defended it, and in their moral exhortations, have forbidden their followers from lying. However, extensive research has been conducted with various religious, philosophical and epistemological, sociological and psychological approaches to the concept of falsehood and numerous arguments have been put forward. What we are talking about in this article is the concept of falsehood from the point of view of Western and Islamic scholars and the proof that both views are consistent about this concept. This dialogue, by way of comparative approach, shows that, with the evolution of the twentieth century in the sense of falsehood, both Westerners and Islamic scholars have not considered the intention of deception to be a falsehood. Westerners have resorted to the word "reporting" and Islamic scholars have used the word "news / reporting" to substantiate their claim. What the two viewpoints have in common is that both words and their semantic explanations of falsehood, the concepts of joke, joke, humor, and theater, are well beyond the semantic scope of the lie.