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Overview

Integrity in the Private and Public Domains explores the issue of public and private integrity in politics, the media, health, science, fund-raising, the economy and the public sector.
Over twenty essays by well-known figures such as Amelie Rorty, David Vines, the late Hugo Gryn, Alan Montefiore and Hilary Lawson present a compelling insight into debates over integrity today.
A key chapter of the book concerns the highly publicised donation to Oxford University by Gert-Rudolf Flick, an issue which attracted wide media attention by raising questions of fund-raising and the holocaust.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780415180313
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Publication date: 7/27/2005
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 356
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Table of Contents

List of contributors
Pt. I Introductions: The philosophy, politics and economics of integrity 1
1 Integrity: a philosopher's introduction 3
2 Citizenship and integrity 19
3 Integrity and the economy: concernedness, trust and responsibility 48
Pt. II Personal and professional integrity 85
4 A psychoanalytic view of the notion of integrity 88
5 Integrity: political not psychological 108
6 Sense and sensibility: the integrity of vision and response 121
7 Integrity in the presentation of news and current affairs 134
8 A reply to Hilary Lawson 145
9 A reply to Anthony Smith 154
10 Scientific integrity 158
11 Academic integrity 172
12 Integrity in surgical life: what happens if it is missing? 185
13 Should Mother Teresa accept money from the Mafia? A note on ethical dilemmas raised by fund-raising and giving 196
14 Fund-raising and the Holocaust: the case of Dr. Gert-Rudolf Flick's contribution to Oxford University 211
15 Fund-raising, guilt and responsibility 252
Pt. III Integrity, the economy and the public service 255
16 Do markets need a moral framework? 258
17 Promoting integrity and virtue: the institutional dimension 269
18 Integrity in business: a real or illusory decline? 280
19 Morality and the market: integrity, responsibility and loyalty 290
20 Integrity and public accountability 304
21 Moral integrity in the public service 316
22 Responses to each other 336
Index of names 338
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