Fall 2018 | Volume 36, Issue 3
Living with Integrity
We typically understand integrity as living an authentic life—a life where one’s actions are consistent with one’s beliefs. But that is not enough. Indeed, understanding integrity in this purely individualist way leads to the social vision of coherence proffered by liberal individualism. If our sense of disintegration feels elusive, the possibility of living a whole life seems even more so. It is our hope that this issue of Comment will draw your attention to the possibility that that alienation which gnaws at us might not be eternal; that, perhaps, he who “holds all things together” might have the last, and lasting word.
Editorial: Living with Integrity
In a world that feels like it’s disintegrating, what does it mean to follow the One in whom all things hold together?
Updates from Cardus on the renewal of social architecture.
An annotated reading of your world.
Living with Integrity in a Splintered World
How do we pursue wholeness in the centrifuge of modern life?
Dismemberment and Integrity
Toward a sacrificial understanding of wholeness.
The Integrative Power of "Why"
What do amazement, wonder, and awe have to do with integrity?
Held in Common
Connecting the dots in our lives.
What do we see when we look at ourselves?
A conversation with the author of Why Liberalism Failed.
Data as Icon and Idol
What happens when metrics become moral injunctions?
The Commons: Social Architecture
Promoting a flourishing society.