Author Archives: Rachael Wiseman

About Rachael Wiseman

Rachael is an Addison Wheeler Research Fellow at Durham University. She works on philosophy of action, especially Elizabeth Anscombe's, and her research project -- Integrity, Speech and Action -- is developing a taxonomy of pretense and lying, and examining the kinds of deceit that are a threat to integrity.

January 30th 2015, Workshop on Bernard Mandeville and Adam Smith

Portraits of Integrity takes a Christmas break in December, but we will be back on January 30th with Leanne Stokoe (Newcastle University) convening a workshop on Bernard Mandeville’s Fable of the Bees. For more information click here. Our February workshop is with Christopher Gill … Continue reading

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Henry James seminar — Friday 28th November

Danielle Petherbridge, UCD, will be leading a seminar on Henry James for our Portraits of Integrity series, this Friday 2-5pm. More information here. Please do get in touch if you’d like to participate.

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