The closed society at home, between green passes and blunders of the experts

The closed society at home, between green passes and blunders of the experts
The closed society at home, between green passes and blunders of the experts

With their The closed society at home. The freedom of moderns after the pandemic, Gilberto Corbellini and Aberto Mingardi first and foremost have the merit of being able to criticize various anti Covid measures of Italian governments without passing for conspiracy theorists, no vax or unscientific. It is no small thing, in times when in the cauldron of scoundrels both those who express perplexity about the extension of the green pass and those who think that thanks to vaccines Bill Gates will be able to kill us with 5G.
Their long but easy-to-read essay tries to contribute to the debate on measures to stop the pandemic by constructively criticizing them. Respectively professors of the History of Medicine and of the History of Political Doctrines, Corbellini and Mingardi put together many of the questions that we have all asked ourselves in these months of emergency: why we digested without objection (indeed, those who raised them were branded as irresponsible) like curfew, lockd …

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