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Introduction to Part III

An individual’s experience, fi rst, is located in time and space, culture, family, generation, education, even epoch or era. This may be called the historical individual, and that aspect of a person’s experience describes individuality of memories, intentions, intuitions, understandings, perceptions, and introspections and reasons. To this notion of experience as a source of personal knowledge will be linked the virtue of integrity, not as a synonym for honesty or uprightness, but integrity as wholeness.