Category Archives: Religion & Integrity
Hypocrisy or cynicism?
A comment piece by Giles Fraser in this week’s Guardian comparing hypocrisy to cynicism. Here’s an extract: Hypocrisy is an accusation often levelled at two groups in particular: lefties and the religious. And the thing that both these groups have … Continue reading
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.
Integrity and trust
Thanks to Joe Hardwick for sending this unsavoury extract from Charles Grant, Observations on the State of Society among the Asiatic Subjects of Great Britain (1792, printed 1813). Integrity is glossed as ‘conscientious in the whole of his conduct’.
Activism and Integrity: Audio recordings now available
Audio recordings are now available for the Activism and Integrity workshop.
Tolstoy and the philosophy of non-resistance
This talk was presented at the Activism and Integrity workshop, December 2013
Integrity and other ‘springs of action’ the lives of nineteenth-century reformers
This talk was given at the Activism and Integrity workshop, December 2013
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.