Citizenship from the Couch: Public Engagement and Private Norms in the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

Philosophical Papers 50 (3):407-434 (2022)
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The tension between the public and the private spheres is not new: while feminists have long called for public protection to be extended to the private sphere, liberals argue for the...

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