Agreement in one's statements, values, intentions, and actions.

a.k.a. unity, harmony

“To have integrity is to refuse to be, to have educated oneself so that one is no longer able to be, one kind of person in one social context, while quite another in other contexts. It is to have set inflexible limits to one’s adaptability to the roles that one may be called upon to play.” —Alasdair MacIntyre

Complementary virtues

Contrasting vices

  • hypocrisy
  • inconsistency
  • being “two-faced”

Virtues possibly in tension

How to acquire or strengthen it


Notes and links

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Inspirational quotes

  • “[The nobler type of man] first practices what he preaches and afterwards preaches according to his practice.” (Analects of Confucius, II.XIII)