I watched Secret Devs and in there was an issue about faking insanity to find out, whether the suicide of her boyfriend was faked or real. It made me come to the conclusion, that people are unable to perceive accurately, how they look, when they are lying and what it impacts, when their story is taken truthfully. Just as with predators and mammals, we are not genuinely perceiving ourselves as hunters but Civilians, who want to get along.
This question is about the boy who cried Wolf, how living out a narrative restricts your freedom of choice and Will, determining the outcome, thus resulting in a Cassandra effect.
Where should I look, to find answers to this problem of perception? It appears to be rather prevalent in this time, there people think themselves as fighting for something, resulting in more chaos than good, like the bear, who in order to chase away the fly on his masters nose, while he was sleeping, took a boulder sized stone and tossed it. The fly flew away, but the stone killed the master.