Table of contents for Faking it / William Ian Miller.


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Acknowledgements
1. Introduction: split in two
2. Hypocrisy and Jesus
3. Anti-hypocrisy: looking bad in order to be good
4. Virtues with natural immunities to hypocrisy
5. Naked truth: hey, wanna...?
6. In divine services and other ritualized performances
7. Say it like you mean it: mandatory faking and apology
8. Flattery and praise
9. Hoist with his own petard
10. The self, the double, and the sense of self
11. At the core at last: the primordial Jew
12. Passing and wishing you were what you are not
13. Authentic moments with the beautiful and sublime?
14. The alchemist: role as addiction
15. 'I love you': taking a bullet vs. biting one
16. Boys crying and girls playing dumb
17. Acting our roles: mimicry, makeup, and pills
18. False (im)modesty
19. Caught in the act
Afterword.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Identity (Psychology)Social role, Authenticity (Philosophy)Self-doubt