THE WORLD IN WHICH WE LIVE – AND OUR CULTURE – IS A “MADE WORLD”.
Societies see the need to identify sources of disorder as a moral imperative — and this applies to more than epidemics. There’s a lot of social science about how this takes place in all sorts of different domains such as disasters, environmental pollution … risk in general. We respond to risk by wanting to turn it into a moral question of who might be responsible.
Epidemic outbreaks must not be used as an excuse for discrimination and xenophobia. Let’s think about the meaning of social and moral responsibility. The use of reason to resolve issues. The ability to rationally reflect. #Stoptheblamegame Against #coronavirus . For a world without racism. #IAmNotAVirus #我不是病毒 Believe in science, not rumours, GO humanity!
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