Today I am joined by resident philosopher Danielle LaSusa. We talk about our moral and ethical responsibilities regarding social distancing and quarantining in the age of COVID-19. I process my feelings about how frustrated I get with older people and how they don't seem to be taking this very seriously. We discuss whether or not it's ethical to knowingly pass on the coronavirus to president Trump. And we end with a novel way people can tolerate the fear that is arising because of the pandemic.
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