Differentiate between a vision and a mission. What role does a firms vision play in corporate and competitive strategies?
radoxically, Truth, rather than revealing the true nature of Pic, masks him, turning his skin glittering gold. Untruth on the other hand, whilst promising to conceal the stench of the lower world, does the opposite. Providing no disguise, Untruth instead reveals the character as they truly are. So Truth, does not reveal the ‘truth’ and Untruth does not present a ‘lie’. Here we see the spillage between truth and un-truth, their boundaries undefined as they morph into one another. In Ideology theorist Terry Eagleton opens up the idea ‘false’ understanding it in terms of ideological statement. “…ideological statement involve falsity without either necessarily intending to deceive or being significantly exclusive, ‘I’m British and proud of it,’ for example. Both parts of this observation may be true, but it implies that being British is a virtue in itself, which is false.” Eagleton outlines a less binary distinction of truth and falsehood, showing the place of ideology when determining these. Statements may be constructed from ‘truths’ but joined together their implication may be false. The political climate in the lead up to the Brexit vote revolved so heavily around each sides perception of truth and false. These binary distinctions contributing to the noticeable divisions between those that voted Remain and those that voted Leave. In Spite Your Face, what is said to be true is actually false, and what is said to be false is actually true; whilst it acknowledges the misleading statements involved in recent political campaign it still reverts to a binary. Maclean does not interrogate the ideology driving such statements, and thus we do not deepen our understanding of the driving forces of such campaigns. The Nose and Phallus>GET ANSWER