This chapter investigates what people should do if it is inappropriate to both abandon honour and admiration of the immoral and also to continue to honour and admire them. It first argues that both responses to the immoral encourage and manifest the vice of globalism – that is, both responses involve conceiving of people in simplistic and reductive ways that are both inaccurate and morally dangerous. It then outlines the focused-admiration approach. This involves honouring and admiring immoral people by focusing on their admirable traits and achievements and in ways that do not imply they are thoroughly admirable people. It then considers a narrower version of the focused-admiration approach. On this approach, people should just admire the achievements of the person. In other words, we should separate the achievement from the person. Finally, it considers an option that applies when all other options seem impermissible – namely, the ambiguity approach.