Coronavirus – Ethics And Rationality In Decision-Making

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Reading Time: 5 minutes Implementation of restrictions in various European countries has made me realise to what extent we all took things for granted. Gone are the days where we could eat out, go to the cinema, or visit a museum, without thinking twice about it. But the coronavirus outbreak has also cast a shadow over my dental practice. […]

La Moralité d’Un Coronavirus

Reading Time: 3 minutes Quelques semaines après le début de l’épidémie du coronavirus, et je suis atteint. Non, je n’ai pas attrapé cette saloperie – heureusement – mais je devrai faire face à la perspective, tôt ou tard, de manquer de masques de protection pour mon cabinet dentaire. Grâce à la panique générale – même mes collègues ont fait […]

Greta Thunberg And The Climate Change Debate

Reading Time: 4 minutes On October 10 an interesting podcast was published on UncommonGroundMedia, analysing, “the validity of the criticisms by people who acknowledge climate change as a problem, and environmental activism as desirable, but are nevertheless vehemently critical of Greta on various grounds, including her youth, her white identity, and the perception of her as a puppet.” On […]

On The Edge Of A “Sexual Ravine” – One Giant Leap Forwards For Womanhood

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Reading Time: 6 minutes Most women find themselves constantly on the edge of a dangerous and ubiquitous “sexual ravine.” Those who fall into the trap of the ravine no longer see themselves as unique and valuable individuals. They possess a physical body that constantly requires an appearance corresponding to sexual criteria imposed by men. The ravine extracts from its […]

If Climate Change Doesn’t Kill Us, Selfishness Will

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Reading Time: 5 minutes Having had an umptienth encounter with human selfishness, a recurring question haunts my mind. Namely, why are people so selfish and inconsiderate towards others? It’s a rhetorical question in a way because I already know the answer and, if I think carefully about it, I am part of the question. But the more I think […]