Regarding the Syndemic: Reflections from Philosophy and Ethics
Silene Editorial Team2020
This collection contains reflections about the syndemic from the philosophy and ethics. They address aspects such as the effects of the syndemic on the values and beliefs of modernity, the potential alternatives, lessons that the pandemic offers, as well as the cultural changes that can be derived from them, among others.
We provide links to articles that we will update as long as this exceptional situation lasts. The selection in each of the four languages of this website prioritize articles in their own language, which is why they differ. So, we invite you to visit this page in all the languages you may read.
A degrowth perspective on the coronavirus crisis – The degrowth.info editorial team (19/3/2020)
You are more than your output -Danielle Pedner (25-3-2020)
We will survive the Coronavirus. We need to make sure we survive ourselves. Ashih Kothari (31/3/2020)
Interview Bruno Latour (6/6/2020)
Principles for Post-Covid Britain – Victor Anderson, Jason Hickel & Rupert Read (11/6/2020)
Coronavuris is the voice of the Earth – Satish Kumar (19/8/2020)
Ethical issues regarding Covid-19 – an updated web page with numerous articles arranged by topics
The Panic Pandemic – John Tierney (Summer 2021)
A Self-fulfilling Prophecy: Systemic Collapse and Pandemic Simulation – Fabio Vighi (August 16, 2021)
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