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The following text was used to introduce a panel on ‘Integrity and the Reform of Public Life in the Nineteenth-Century Transatlantic World’ at the ‘Integrity Lost; Integrity Gained: Social Conditions and Institutional Pressures’ conference, April 2014.
In defence of integrity in thinking as a vital moral value and public good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-C3C2Ti5m1o (to skip the introduction, start at about 9.30) Enjoy!
Thank you to all the participants in Integrity Lost, Integrity (Re)gained: Social Pressures and Institutional Structures. The contributions and discussions provided valuable seeds for further discussion and we hope we’ll be able to bring you news of new collaborations and … Continue reading
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
This isn’t an Integrity Project event, but members of project may be interested in this recently advertised MANCEPT conference. Call for papers “Public and Private Morality” panel at MANCEPT 2014 8–10 September 2014, Manchester Deadline for abstracts: 8 June 2014
You can download a printable version of the poster for our ‘Integrity Lost’ conference here. Spread the word — we’re looking forward to seeing you there. For details, see the conference page, here.
Contributed by K. Armstrong Here’s an illuminating exchange on Democracy Now! between Daniel Ellsberg, the whistle-blower behind the 1971 leak of the Pentagon Papers, and Stewart Baker, former National Security Agency lawyer. The full debate is well worth watching. [At … Continue reading
An article here, in the TES, calling on universities and tutors to “focus less on the detection and punishment of plagiarism and more on … integrity” if they want to be effective in deterring plagiarism among students. This raises the … Continue reading