Integrity, Personal and Political
Social discourse about morality often features appeals to identity-grounding commitments. Individuals who wish to justify their conduct to others frequently portray certain actions they pursue as stemming from commitments that are central to their identity and portray actions they reject as incompatible with their identity. Such familiar appeals to identity-grounding commitments are frequently put in terms of integrity. Yet many moral philosophers have been skeptical of the idea that an agent's...[Show more]
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