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Hypocrisy is the act of pretending to have morals or virtues that one does not truly possess or practice. The word derives from the late Latin hypocrisis and Greek hupokrisis both meaning play-acting or pretence. The word is arguably derived from hypo- meaning under, + krinein meaning to decide/to dispute

A classic example of a hypocritical act is to criticize others for carrying out some action while carrying out the same action oneself. Some people believe that most people, if not all, are hypocrites; they tend to criticize what they perceive to be bad behaviour in others, yet will justify it when they are inclined to peform the same action. This form of hypocrisy is closely related to the fundamental attribution error, a well-studied phenomenon of human psychology: individuals are more likely to explain their own actions by their environment, yet they attribute the actions of others to 'innate characteristics', thus leading towards judging others while justifying ones' own actions.

Hypocrisy is a relative term, and its meaning depends on ones' moral beliefs. For instance, moral relativists often see moral absolutists as hypocrites when they follow the detail of certain prescribed moral codes while neglecting to follow the underlying ideas behind these moral codes. Similarly, absolutists view relative morality as inherently hypocritical because the rules are not always to be adhered to absolutely.

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