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Tag Archives: COVID-19

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  • 22
    Jul

    2021

    Pandemic in Thought and Action

    On February 29th 2020, I submitted my manuscript “Beings of Thought and Action” to CUP for review. While I did register news of cases of COVID-19 in Europe, little did I know what that would mean...

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  • 10
    May

    2021

    Feminist Perspectives on the Response to COVID 19

    Governmental responses to the Covid 19 pandemic—in the United States, the United Kingdom, and elsewhere—have been deeply inequitable. People of color and people living in low-income households and neighborhoods...

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  • 30
    Apr

    2021

    STOP VIOLENCE AGAINST ASIAN AMERICANS

    In response to escalating xenophobia and bigotry against Asian Americans at the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Stop AAPI Hate reporting center was formed on March 19, 2020 to track and respond to...

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  • 5
    Mar

    2021

    Did an apple really fall on Newton’s head?

    The original post can be found at www.principia.blog Everyone knows that The Principia was based on the inspiration that struck Newton when the apple struck his head, as you can...

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  • 23
    Feb

    2021

    What do the data say?

    In modern times we experience regular public exchanges of opinion, whether about COVID-19 policies, humanity’s influence on climate, or whether or not the local jail needs replacing.  When arguing...

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  • 28
    Jan

    2021

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    Pandemic Opportunities

    There is no question that COVID-19 has brought tremendous suffering around the globe. We have lost over one million humans to the pandemic. Some who have been infected have long-lasting and devastating...

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  • 11
    Jan

    2021

    Co-creation: A new recipe for public governance?

    For more than 30 years, the public sector has focused on delivering public services more efficiently. Rationalization efforts, productivity campaigns and spending cuts have replaced the postwar expansion...

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  • 7
    Jan

    2021

    Covid 19 and Competent Government

    The importance of competent government is perhaps the most important of the many painful lessons that are being learned during the pandemic. The significant variation in death rates across the globe illustrates...

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