THE PANDEMIC of Covid-19 is seen by some “decision-makers” as a real opportunity to advance the global governance agenda and thus to move humanity into a new phase of its economic, political, social and intellectual development. But such a systemic change implies a fight against all the elements of resistance to this new anthropological order. Such a fight legitimizes in the eyes of some the redefinition of the perimeter of individual and national freedoms. But then, what about the respect of religious freedom and freedom of nations against the “imperatives” of health? It is more than ever a question of evaluating the type of rationality operating in such a mutation and criticizing it in the name of a deployment of reason in all its amplitude.
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Thibaud Collin, doctor of philosophy, University of Paris-Sorbonne, associate professor of philosophy.
Paola Delbosco, Doctor of Philosophy, Universitá degli Studi “La Sapienza” di Roma, Professor at the Catholic University of Buenos Aires.
Rémi Brague, member of the Institut de France, Academy of Moral and Political Sciences.
6 p.m. – Welcome by Thierry de La Villejégu, vice-president of the One of Us cultural platform
6:10 pm – Thibaud Collin: “Towards global governance in times of pandemic? “
6.30 p.m. – Paola Delbosco: “Constraints and freedoms in times of pandemic”
18h40 – Questions to Thibaud Collin, Lucia Santa Cruz, Jaime Mayor
6:55 p.m. – Conclusion by Rémi Brague
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