Why “post-truth” is word of the year 2016


Why "post-truth" is Oxford Dictionaries' word of the year.

Professor A C Grayling from the New College of the Humanities speaks to Sky's Dermot Murnaghan on Sky News Tonight about how Brexit and the US election have influenced the choice. #SNT

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5 Comments on "Why “post-truth” is word of the year 2016"

  1. Francis Ismiotte | November 16, 2016 at 4:26 PM | Reply

    1st view and comment

  2. Jonathon Blakeley | November 16, 2016 at 5:19 PM | Reply

    Post Truth can mean many things. When applied to a Flat Earth Follower who
    denies reason and logic Post Truth is valid. But more often it is used by
    the NeoLiberals to smear anything that has been derived from alternative
    media. Much of this may by of low quality but not all. More often “Post
    Truth” is used to smear people who voted for Brexit or Trump, where the
    Neoliberal propaganda has failed

  3. post truth? how about post-marxist-propaganda 2016.

  4. This is a Media term.

    And we see with the Migrant Crisis that they have lied and created a truth
    that didnt exist.

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