The magistrate said criminals must accept their mistakes if they are remorseful but blaming
the devil means they have not realised their crime.
Blame represents the world in a particular way and when it ceases to represent it accurately, it is good to cease blaming
. Susan Wolf calls this the value of "living in accordance with the facts." (16) It is arguably one of the goods sacrificed by plugging into the Experience Machine.
The CBCP officialbelieves that this necessary change should apply to people in government as well, citing the practices of an administration blaming
the previous one and of the people perenially blaming
the government for their hardships.
A mark of great leadership is knowing that responsibility is in your control rather than reverting to blaming
what's seemingly out of your control.
The simple answer would be to quit playing the blame game all together, but this is easier said than done, and some recent research has figured out the reason why: Blaming
moms for autism is nothing new In the mid-20th century, the concept of the "refrigerator mother" held that mothers' "coldness" and emotional distance caused their children's autism.
Professor Blanchflower added this was a "huge" amount to be blaming
on the jubilee.
Here's why I do my best to leave blame alone: because blaming
can be the best brain filler ever.
I have been in the Middle East for 15 years, but I haven't seen any Indian cribbing, blaming
or demonstrating against the leadership or authorities.
AS WE LEARN MORE ABOUT accidents, the role of the system in which the accident takes place and the imperfect beings that humans are, we are realizing that blaming
the person who made the mistake is the biggest mistake.
Another type of blame that is rampant is blaming
Paradigms of blaming
on this account will be in cases where the blamer has a close personal relationship with the person she blames, and Scanlon focuses on blame in friendships and families.
creates a definitive "us-them" barrier between the blamer and the blamed (pp.
According to Tilly, there is no reason for blaming
blame itself; if it is sometimes purely destructive, it would also be important, in some other cases, to "salute just blame's creative destruction" (p.
(Bill) Klemm has down with writing "Blame Game: How To Win It" is to reveal the hidden personal costs of making excuses and blaming
others for the shortcomings (both real and perceived) within our own lives.