Our friends at The Institute of Art and Ideas have posted a new video debate on ethics. The debate features award-winning novelist Joanna Kavenna, philosopher and Closure theorist Hilary Lawson, and UCL neuroscientist Parashkev Nachev and they debate the limits of integrity in a modern world. Here’s the description of the debate from their website:
Personal integrity is still respected, but it has a Victorian quality, and is less valued in our dissembling age. Might this be a fundamental mistake? Could integrity be a basis for morality in a relative world, or is being true to oneself an anachronism?
Check out the video and see more at IAI.