Category Archives: Integrity & Well-Being

Is having integrity good for you? What is the effect of having or lacking integrity on the person who has or lacks it? How are interpersonal relations affected by individuals’ integrity (or lack of it)? On some accounts integrity is a precondition for virtue. Is it also a precondition for well-being. What are the psychological consequences of acting towards others without integrity, and the psychological effect of being prevented from acting with integrity? Read more »

Wunderbar Foundation and the Trickle-Up Economy

Here‘s a wider context for our work on the trickle-up economy with Wunderbar. Many thanks to those of you who’ve answered our call-out for mini-lectures. It’s not too late to be included in next week’s Hannah Directory podcast series; if … Continue reading

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Bodily Integrity Network virtual reading group

We are starting a virtual reading group for the bodily integrity network, and warmly welcome anyone who wishes to participate. We will take turns to set a reading for each month and invite conversation and discussion via the website comments. … Continue reading

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Bodily integrity project

We are really excited to start work on a new project today, under the umbrella of the Integrity Project. The Bodily Integrity project is a collaboration between Dr Clare MacCumhaill, Dr Luna Dolezal, Dr Rachael Wiseman. It explores the theme … Continue reading

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Stoics: Portraits of Integrity

Christopher Gill’s introduction to our Portraits of Integrity meeting on the Stoics is now available. Readings Christopher Gill, ‘Stoics on Integrity‘. The text of a lecture given at York University in 2014 which discusses these Stoic ideas and consider how … Continue reading

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Readings available for Tolstoy Working Group

The readings for the second meeting of the working group are now available here. Just click on the hyperlinks in the reading list.

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Integrity and being liked

This cartoon strip from yesterday’s metro (Nemi by Lise) captures perfectly the theme of our Saints and Madmen conference!

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Integrity in the News: the ‘heightened vigilance about authenticity’

Catherine Bennett discusses what she calls the ‘heightened vigilance about authenticity‘ in a comment piece about social mobility in today’s Guardian.

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