Covid-19: some thoughts about the ethical issues dealing with the pandemic crisis

Scientia et Fides 25:25–28 (2021)
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Abstract

Covid-19 outbreak raised a lot of interesting ethical issues. How can we conciliate the respect for citizens’ freedom with the urge to mitigate the spread of the virus? What should we do in order to rearrange our lifestyles? These and other questions are addressed with the guiding aid of Ben Bramble whose insightful thoughts about Covid-19 could be very fruitful for reflecting deeply about the pandemic consequences with regard to social and ethical facets.

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