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Tag Archives: I Was Wrong

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  • 16
    Feb

    2010

    How To Apologize

    Apologizing: a skill we could all use at some time or another. So when The Globe and Mail‘s Dakshana Bascaramurty wrote a  “how to” on apologies, she interviewed I Was Wrong author Nick...

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  • 25
    Jun

    2008

    The Back-handed Apology

    What is it, you ask? It’s one of my personal favorites. It’s apologizing, but not really. In fact, it’s apologizing for someone else instead of for your own ridiculous behavior. “I’m...

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  • 2
    May

    2008

    I’m Sorry. No You’re Not!

    A great summary of some of my best argumentative skills. Nick Smith wants a better dialogue than this. Flash Fiction reviews I Was Wrong, and gets right at the issues at hand. “Alfred Kinsey’s...

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  • 17
    Mar

    2008

    Parsing Spitzer’s Apology

    Nick Smith is professor of Philosophy at the University of New Hampshire with a particular interest in how apologies work. He’s also a former trial lawyer for a major New York law firm. What does...

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