Author Archives: Rachael Wiseman
Introduction to readings for May — Hannah Arendt
Our May Portraits of Integrity readings are by Hannah Arendt and have been selected by Alex Beaumont. You’ll find the reading list along with an excellent introduction by Alex here. Comments are open.
CFP: Philosophical Activism Conference
This is not an Integrity Project event, but may well be of interest. Philosophical Activism, 30-31 October 2014, Centre for Humanities Engaging Science and Society (CHESS), Durham University, Durham (UK) Philosophy as an academic field has become increasingly interested in … Continue reading
This cartoon seems to capture Hannah Arendt’s notion of the ‘lying world order’, the theme of our next Portraits of Integrity meeting! Thanks to Ian for sending me a copy.
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Portraits of Integrity, Plato. Location, readings and resources
We meet on Friday to discuss readings from Plato chosen by Amber Carpenter. All the readings are available along with an introduction to the main questions and themes, here. For those who are joining us in Newcastle, details of location … Continue reading
Meeting schedule for Portraits of Integrity
The provisional meeting schedule is now online here. You can also follow links to reading lists and resources from this page.
British Academy Funding for Portraits of Integrity
We are happy to announce that from this month our meetings will be funded by the British Academy. To find out more, and to enquire about travel bursaries and participation, go to our Portraits of Integrity page, or get in … Continue reading
Collaboration with Wunderbar
We are excited to announce the start of an ongoing collaboration with Wunderbar. Ilana Mitchell, Wunderbar’s Creative Director will be joining us as our artist in residence, while Rachael Wiseman will be Wunderbar’s ‘philosophical advisor’. Watch this space for news … Continue reading
‘Integrity Lost’ conference – final programme
The ‘Integrity Lost’ conference is coming up this Friday and Saturday (11th and 12th April). The final programme is now available here. The line-up looks fantastic and we’re really looking forward to a great couple of days. The conference is … Continue reading
Portraits of Integrity — update
Thanks to everyone who attended the Portraits of Integrity meeting on Tolstoy last Friday. Notes from the discussion will be posted here shortly. At our next meeting, on April 28th, we’ll be looking at Socrates and asking whether he deserves … Continue reading