The time of actual health restrictions imposed on private and public life seems to be over. Even though it might be rational to still stick to them, we don't really care anymore. Why is this? The attempt of an explanation.
On the Politics of Life
A lot of the measures against the Coronavirus have found little or no disapproval by the majority of the population, and many protests against the measures are regarded with suspicion. Yet, should we not be critical of the authoritarian aspects of the measures and of the understanding of politics they exhibit? An essay.
A duty to protest in times of Corona?
Basic civil rights have been taken away from us by the government in order to fight the virus. Is it our duty to protect these rights and go demonstrating? A philosophical inquiry.
Does health outweigh our moral values?
How can we justify the current lockdown from a philosophical perspective? Is it justifiable at all? And does Corona pose a problem to our understanding of social justice? An inquiry into the ethics of health care.
Die Gewöhnung an den Ausnahmezustand
Corona hat unsere Gewohnheiten und Routinen bereits jetzt verändert. Wie wird sich das auf die Zeit nach Corona auswirken?