What Is Integrity?

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The definition of integrity is 'adherence to moral and ethical principles; soundness of moral character; honesty.' It is a trait commonly sought in the business sphere and is a principle taught in many ethics courses.
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Integrity is adherence to a moral code, reflected in honesty and harmony in what one thinks, says and does.
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