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Integrity in the dictionary is defined as the quality or state of being of sound moral principle uprightness honesty and sincerity So as an example you could say- He expects to find in us the common honesty and integrity of men of business They admired his scrupulous professional integrity Everyone has a certain degree of Integrity and everybody has a different outlook on it Integrity is one of the most important and misunderstood words in the world It is also the most puzzling For example at times people distinguish acting morally from acting with integrity Persons of integrity might act immorally--even though they probably wouldnt usually think they were acting immorally So someone might acknowledge a person to have integrity even though that person might have mistaken moral views There are different types of integrity like intellectual and artistic integrity Because integrity has commitments and values people sometimes assume that these types of integrity are a persons overall integrity or of their personal integrity However there are many people who we say have intellectual but not personal integrity Theres sometimes a misunderstood difference between types of integrity intellectual and moral integrity are often misunderstood Another way of thinking about integrity involves moral beliefs which a person of integrity must remain true Moral beliefs are the standards you set for yourself based on you beliefs And you can apply Integrity to morals because Integrity can also mean you stay true to something And if you stay true to your beliefs then youll be applying a certain degree of Integrity to yourself In conclusion like I said before Integrity is interpreted in many different ways and used in many different situations
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