Presentations

52. Cohen, Taya. “Honesty and Moral Character at Work.” Center for Social Concerns, the University of Notre Dame, April 2022.

51. Um, Sungwoo. “Honesty: Respect for the Right Not to be Deceived.” Jubliee Centre Annual Conference, September 2022.

50. Tollefsen, Deborah. “Vicious Organizations.” Keynote Lecture at Collective Intentionality XIII, University of Vienna, August 2022.

49. Tollefsen, Deborah. “Dishonest Groups.” University of Copenhagen Summer School, August 2022.

48. Brown, Rebecca. “Honesty in Public Health Communication”. World Congress on Bioethics, Basel, July 2022.

47. Tollefsen, Deborah. “Organizational Virtue.” Washington University, St. Louis, June 2022.

46. Um, Sungwoo. “Honesty: Respect for the Right Not to be Deceived.” American Philosophical Association, Central Division, February 2022.

45. Tollefsen, Deborah. “Lying Organizations.” Workshop on Group Assertion, University of Vienna, February 2022.

44. Guillot, Marie. “Dishonesty and Bullshit.” Visiting Speaker Series of the Philosophy Department at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, February 2022.

43. Um, Sungwoo. “Honesty: Respect for the Right Not to be Deceived.” Korean Society of Ethics, 2021.

42. Miller, Christian. “Honesty.” Shaftesbury Society, Raleigh, North Carolina, December 2021.

41. Miller, Christian. “Honesty.” Institute of Philosophy, Gdańsk University Poland, December 2021.

40. Cohen, T. R. “Having a Conscience in Banking.” Invited presentation for Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Supervisor’s Roundtable Meeting, December 2021.

39. Miller, Christian. “Honesty at Work,” Berges Lecture Series on Business Ethics, University of Notre Dame, November 2021.

38. Cooper, B. “Interpersonal Communication in the Workplace.” Invited presentation, University of Texas at Arlington, College of Business (Management department), November 2021. 

37. Cohen, T. R. “Ethical leadership through honesty and giving voice to values.” Keynote speaker at AACSB International, Associate Deans Conference, St. Petersburg, Florida. October 2021.

36. Miller, Christian. “Cultivating Honesty.” Sydney College of Divinity, October 2021.

35. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: Some Thoughts about the Moral and the Intellectual Virtue.” Virtual Symposium on Virtue Epistemology, Federal University of Paraíba Brazil, October 2021

34. Miller, Christian and Taya Cohen. “Why Honesty Is More Complex Than It Seems” Templeton Philanthropy Seminar Series, October 2021. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdvuy_0Mlv4

33. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: Exploring the Philosophy and Psychology of a Neglected Virtue.” Carolina Seminar on Philosophy, Ethics, and Mental Health, September 2021.

32. Miller, Christian. “Honesty.” Virtue Forum Luncheon, Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing, University of Oklahoma, September 2021.

31. Cohen, T. R. “Ethical leadership through giving voice to values.” Invited presentation for the Emerging Leaders Alliance (ELA), Pittsburgh, PA, September 2021.  

30. Cooper, B., Cohen, T. R., Huppert, E., Levine, E. E., & Fleeson, W. (2021, August). “Honesty in organizations.” Symposium presentation at the Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, virtual. https://doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2021.12392symposium

29. Cohen, T. R., Helzer, E. G., & Creo, R. A. (2021, August). “Honesty among lawyers: Moral character, game frames, and honest disclosures in negotiations.” Symposium presentation at the Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, virtual. https://doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2021.12481symposium

28. Cohen, T. R., Helzer, E. G., & Creo, R. A., “Honesty among lawyers: Moral character, game frames, and honest disclosures in negotiations.” Annual Meeting of the International Association for Conflict Management, virtual, July 2021.

27. Cooper, B., Huppert, E., Cohen, T. R., Effron, D. A., Levine, E. E., Minson, J. A., Schroeder, J., & Scheweitzer, M. E., “Rethinking research on honesty using a new conceptual framework.” Roundtable panel discussion at the annual meeting of the International Association for Conflict Management, July 2021.

26. Cohen, Taya. “Honesty among lawyers: Moral character, game framing, and honest disclosures in negotiations.” Ben Gurion University, Center for Decision-Making and Economic Psychology, May 2021.

25. Miller, Christian, Taya Cohen, Caleb Reynolds, and William Fleeson. “The Honesty Project.” Network for Research in Morality Inaugural Conference, May 2021.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcGJsbxoA1o&t=186s

24. Cohen, Taya. “Honesty among lawyers: Moral character, gamification beliefs, and honest disclosures in negotiations.” Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, April 2021.

23. Miller, Christian. “Honesty, Cheating, and Wake Forest University.” Philomathesian Society, Wake Forest University, March 2021.

22. Fleeson, William. “Whole Trait Theory: Are Traits Mere Tools?” University of Zurich, March 2021.

21. Fleeson, William. “Whole Trait Theory.” Brown bag at UT-Austin, March 2021.

20. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: Some Preliminary Thoughts About a Stunningly Neglected Virtue.” University of North Carolina at Greensboro, March 2021.

19. Miller, Christian. “Kant on Lying.” Ethics Class, Coastal Carolina University, March 2021.

18. Miller, Christian. “What is Honesty, Are Most People Honest, and How can We Become More Honest?” Public Lecture, Coastal Carolina University, March 2021.

17. Cohen, Taya. “Honesty among lawyers: Moral character, game framing, and honest disclosures in negotiations.” Marquette University Law School, March 2021.

16. Miller, Christian. “Honesty.” Baylor University Virtue Graduate Seminar, February 2021.

15. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: What is it, How Honest are We Today, and How Might it Matter to your Journal?” Veritas Forum Augustine Collective Conference, February 2021.

14. Miller, Christian. “What is Honesty, Are Most People Honest, and How can We Become More Honest?” US Naval War College, January 2021.

13. Cohen, Taya. “Honesty among lawyers: Moral character, gamification beliefs, and honest disclosures in negotiations.” Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, December 2020.

12. Cohen, Taya. “Honesty among lawyers: Moral character, gamification beliefs, and honest disclosures in negotiations.” University of Maryland, December 2020.

11. Miller, Christian, Jayawickreme, Eranda, Furr, R. Michael, and Fleeson, William. “The Honesty Project.” College Board of Visitors, Wake Forest University, October 2020.

10. Miller, Christian. “What is the Virtue of Honesty and How Can We Develop It? Some Thoughts from Philosophy, Psychology, and Christianity.” Notre Dame School of Virtue and Character, September 2020.

9. Miller, Christian. “A Preliminary Account of Honesty.” Tulane University, September 2020.

8. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: Some Preliminary Thoughts about a Stunningly Neglected Virtue,” Baylor University, January 2020.

7. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: A Stunningly Neglected Virtue in Philosophy,” Honesty Project State of Research Conference, September 2019.

6. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: Some Preliminary Thoughts about a Stunningly Neglected Virtue,” Wake Forest University Eudaimonia Institute, August 2019.

5. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: Some Preliminary Thoughts about a Stunningly Neglected Virtue,” Macquarie University, June 2019.

4. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: Some Preliminary Thoughts about a Stunningly Neglected Virtue,” University of Sydney, June 2019.

3. Miller, Christian. “Comments on Biondi on Honesty and Integrity.” Ayn Rand Society, American Philosophical Association Eastern Division Meeting, January 2019.

2. Miller, Christian. “Moral Relativism and Virtue,” Keynote Speaker, Jubilee Center for Character and Virtue Conference, Oxford University, January 2019.

1. Miller, Christian. “The Neglected Virtue of Honesty: Insights from Philosophy and Psychology.” Third Annual Conference of ARETAI, European University of Rome, October 2018.