Covid-19 Debunked the Myth of Independence

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If Covid-19 taught us anything, it’s that we are incapable of staying away from one another. It turned out to be our fatal flaw. Our dependency on one another was a big part of it, but the myth of independence played just as big a role.

Our Chief Vulnerability

What makes Covid-19 so dangerous is not its case mortality rate, which ranges from about…

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Pablo Andreu

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Reformed publicist in the midst of a lifelong bicultural identity crisis. I write about media and culture. Subscribe to my newsletter: 401que.substack.com

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