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  • 17 Mar 2008
    Nick Smith

    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 this mean for us? An unusually close look at Spitzer’s oft-sound-bite-ed public apology for his involvement with a prostitution ring. […]

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  • 14 Mar 2008

    Weekly Link Round-up

    It’s Friday! I don’t know about you folks, but I’ll be relaxing with the family. Always nice to see them in NYC. What’s happened here last week? Read on: Nick Smith, author of I Was Wrong has a busy few days ahead of him: Sunday, he’ll be on CBC News Sunday‘s segment on “The Art […]

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  • 12 Mar 2008
    Steven Reiss

    Does Eliot Spitzer have a Normal Personality?

    A New Way of Thinking About the Spitzer Scandal I am a Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at Ohio State University in Columbus who has been studying human motivation for a decade. The media has been promoting a mostly inaccurate view of why someone would do what Gov. Spitzer did. Mr. Spitzer is not self-destructive. […]

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