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.
Table of Contents
Part 1. The Philosophy, Politics and Economics of Integrity. Integrity: A Philosophical Introduction, Alan Montefiore, Citizenship and Integrity, Mark Philip, Oriel College, Oxford, Integrity and the Economy, David Vines, Balliol College, Oxford.
Part 2. Personal and Professional Integrity. A Psychoanalytic View of Integrity, Margaret Cohen, Practising Child and Adult Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist Integrity: Political not Psychological, Amelia Rorty, Harvard, Sense and Sensibility: The Integrity of Vision and Response, Fiona Jenkins.
Section 2.2. Integrity in the Presention of Information. Integrity in the Presentation of News and Current Affairs, Hilary Lawson, Integrity in News and Current Affairs, Anthony Smith, Magdalen College,Oxford.
Section 2.3. Academic, Scientific and Medical Integrity. Scientific Integrity, Marie-Helene Parizeau, Universite Laval, Canada, Academic Integrity, Denis Noble, Balliol College, Oxford, Integrity on Surgical Life, Colin Raynor, South Birmingham Trauma Unit.
Section 2.4. Integrity in Fund-Raising. Should Mother Teresa Accept Money from the Mafia?, Paul Flather, Dir. External Relations, Oxford University, Fund-raising and the Holocaust: The case of Gert-Rudolf Flick's Contribution to Oxford University, Michael Pinto-Duschinsky, Balliol College, Oxford, Fund-raising, Guilt and Responsibility, Hugo Gryn,as reported by Alan Montefiore.
Part 3. Integrity, The Economy and Public service. Section 3.2. Integrity and the Economy. Do Markets need a Moral Framework?, Donald Hay, Jesus College, Oxford, Promoting Integrity and Virtue, Alan Hamlin, University of Southampton, Integrity in Business, Robert Brown, Cantrade Investment Management, Morality and the Market, Anthony Clunies-Ross.
Section 3.2. Integrity and the Public Service. Integrity and Public Accountability, Peter Kemp, Moral Integrity in the Public Service, Rene Sevre.