An excerpt from the book COVID-19 and Ethics in Canada discussing the motivations and history fo the anti-vaccine movement.
Author: Jon Parsons
The COVID aware movement pushes back against the individualistic approach to personal risk management and the collapse of social relations through a strategy of collective care.
Canada’s current pandemic response has an embedded amorality. Its extreme individualism carries a willingness to sacrifice others in the name of self-interest. Its obsession with data creates distance from the realities of human suffering as the culmination of individual actions.
After two years of the pandemic, who can look around and see the vision of Canada they grew up believing in?
Anti-mandate protests are unethical but so is the rest of Canada’s COVID response
An excerpt from upcoming book, COVID-19 and Ethics in Canada, this section from the introduction discussed active nihilism, passive nihilism, and the ethical subject.
Ugly things happened during the pandemic in Canada that people want to cover over and forget.
This post is primarily created as a linked resource for theoretical writings on rioting. The…
Coronavirus outbreak in Canada calls for an ethics of collective care and not individual panic