Category Archives: Integrity in the Early Modern & Modern Era

The reformations and revolutions of these periods brought new demands for integrity and possibilities for expressing and undermining it. Both personally and philosophically, conscience became a particularly important mode for discussing integrity, and both the opportunity and necessity for taking on multiple and shifting identities became more widespread. With the rise of printing and its associated manifestation in the press, integrity and calls to it became not just a personal matter but a political one. Read more »

Final Programme for ‘Activism and Integrity’

The final programme for this workshop is now available to download here. For more information see the workshop page.

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