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Mindfulness and the Costs of Integrity

Partly just an interesting case study in the costs of integrity, and the way that one person may become called to integrity while others, under apprently the same circumstances, do not. But it is also interesting to reflect on the … Continue reading

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Gandhi seminar, Friday 22nd May

In the next seminar in our ‘Portraits of Integrity’ series Dr Stefan Rossbach (University of Kent) will introduce selected readings from Gandhi and will lead a discussion of his life and philosophy. More details, including an excellent introduction and readings … Continue reading

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Self, Motivation and Virtue Project — Funding deadline 1st December

Marquette University is inviting letters of interest for new research projects on the topics of the self, motivation, and virtue. Approximately ten research proposals at $190,000 each (funded by a Templeton grant) will be awarded through this initiative. Our purpose is to open … Continue reading

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The Ideal of Intellectual Integrity, in Life and Literature

Susan Haack’s essay (in New Literary History 36, 2005) uses The Way of All Flesh to explore the ideal of intellectual integrity, though characterizations of its absense and failures in literature. She identifies a particularly pernicious failure, in which one … Continue reading

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Integrity Project Journal launch

We are excited to launch an online journal of essays and talks addressing our themes and questions. You can listen to recordings of papers from our conferences and workshops or read essays submitted to the Project. Click on the ‘Project … Continue reading

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Leveson & Press Integrity: What have we learned?

<Listen here> In May 2013 the Integrity Project hosted a public discussion at the University of York to look at the ethical and political issues raised by the Leveson Inquiry and debate what we have learned. Professor Sue Mendus, from … Continue reading

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Research Assistant joins the Integrity Project

We are pleased to announce that Alfred Archer has joined us as a research assistant during July. Alfred is a Philosophy PhD student, tutor and occasional lecturer at the University of Edinburgh, writing a thesis on Moral Philosophy. He has … Continue reading

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Saints & Madmen, more news

there is another radio-broadcast about „Saints and Madmen“ being aired tonight (Thursday 12 June) at 20:10 (German time, 19.10 GST) at „Deutschlandfunk“. If you are interested, you could listen to it on the live-stream to be found on: where … Continue reading

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Saints & Madmen in the news

The Integrity Project’s international conference Saints & Madmen: Integrity at its Limits, hosted in conjunction with the Einstein Forum, got a little bit of notice in the German media: Deutschland Radio covered the conference: The event was also covered … Continue reading

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Saints and Madmen: 4 – 6 June

We’re in Berlin at the Einstein Forum this week for the Saints and Madmen: Integrity at its Limits conference. We have some wonderful speakers on Wednesday and Thursday, plus a day of workshops on Friday. The full programme is here.

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