Category Archives: The Demandingness of Integrity: Saints & Monsters

Integrity may not always be a virtue – or it may demand behaviour that is or appears socially awkward, harmful or even vicious. What is the difference (if any) between the fanatic and the person of uncompromising integrity? Can the demands of integrity be unreasonable, or can there be limits set on the demands of integrity which are internal to integrity itself? Might preserving integrity require us to become saints – or turn us into monsters? Read more »

Confirmed speakers for ‘Integrity Lost’ and ‘Saints and Madmen’

We are still putting together programmes for our two major conferences, ‘Integrity Lost‘ (Newcastle, April 2014) and ‘Saints and Madmen‘ (Einstein Forum, Berlin, June 2014), but while we’re working we thought we’d announce some of our confirmed panels and speakers. … Continue reading

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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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