Towards a New Space-Time of the Ethics?

Jean Pierre Clero


In just a few days, the certainties that seemed the most solidly grounded have floundered. What happened to the Chinese people could now reach us; our medicine which we believed to be particularly powerful demonstrated its fragility today and in the future. The notion of ‘nation’ which appeared outdated could likely to be back with a vengeance. The pandemic backfires on what we fancied to be the one-way road to globalization, indefinitely open ahead of us, it brutally brings to a halt half the world, and most notably the one half which we believed to be most invulnerable. This distress is probably the starting point of a change that none of us dared to envision.


ethics; COVID-19 pandemic; philosophy

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