While Carter’s three steps to integrity are a good judge of consistency between beliefs, speech, and action,

While Carter’s three steps to integrity are a good judge of consistency between beliefs, speech, and action,

it doesn’t have any way to address the fact that people often have very different views of right and wrong. In these cases, how do we determine who is acting with integrity? Surely there are cases when we might disagree with someone over what is “right” and still consider this person to be acting with integrity. But there are also cases when we disagree over what is “right” and question that person’s integrity.
In your thesis, add a 4th step to help us determine whether someone we disagree with is acting with integrity.
Use three articles from Presence of Others (“The Rules about the Rules” + two of the articles below) to critique Carter’s definition of integrity:
King, Jr, “Letter from Birmingham Jail” (163-177)
Clayton, “A Whole Lot of Cheatin’ Going On” (198-203)
Pollen, “An Animal’s Place” (204-223)
Mayer, “Whatever it Takes” (252-274)
Yoo, “With All Necessary and Appropriate Force’” (275-277)
Bishop, “Enemies of Promise” (304-309)
Wilson, “Cars and Their Enemies” (320-330)
What you need to use: an 8” x 11” blue book, blue or black pens
What you can use: the book Presence of Others, printouts of the articles, annotations written either in the book or on post-it notes, a paper dictionary.
What you cannot use: notes, drafts of the essay, electronic devices

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