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“Gandhi is like the Occupy Movement”

Interview with Norman Finkelstein on Democracy Now drawing some lessons for the contemporary left and for Palestinians in the occupied territories from the lessons of Gandhian non-violence. Gandhi is the subject of today’s Portraits of Integrity meeting.

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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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‘The Vile Ingredients’ of the ‘Wholesome Mixture’: A Portrait of Bernard Mandeville and Adam Smith

Leanne Stokoe’s introduction to our Portraits of Integrity meeting is now available.

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January 30th 2015, Workshop on Bernard Mandeville and Adam Smith

Portraits of Integrity takes a Christmas break in December, but we will be back on January 30th with Leanne Stokoe (Newcastle University) convening a workshop on Bernard Mandeville’s Fable of the Bees. For more information click here. Our February workshop is with Christopher Gill … Continue reading

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Henry James: Portraits of Integrity

Danielle Petherbridge’s introduction to our Portraits of Integrity meeting on Henry James is now available. Readings Henry James, The Ambassadors, (New York: Modern Library, 2011); Chapter 1, Book First, pp. 5-19; Chapter 2, Book Second, pp. 65-83; Chapter 2, Book … 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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Integrity in Academia

In defence of integrity in thinking as a vital moral value and public good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-C3C2Ti5m1o (to skip the introduction, start at about 9.30) Enjoy!

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Conference Poster available for download

Please download our conference poster and help us to spread the word about our fantastic June conference. If you’d like us to send you a printed version, we’d be happy to do so.

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Introduction to readings for May — Hannah Arendt

Our May Portraits of Integrity readings are by Hannah Arendt and have been selected by Alex Beaumont. You’ll find the reading list along with an excellent introduction by Alex here. Comments are open.

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Conscience cartoon

This cartoon seems to capture Hannah Arendt’s notion of the ‘lying world order’, the theme of our next Portraits of Integrity meeting! Thanks to Ian for sending me a copy.

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