For most of us living in post-war times, western society has felt rather familiar since birth. The streets are always busy, the shops are full, schools are open, and people mill about driven by their desire to consume goods and knowledge, to transact in the marketplace, to keep their bodies fit, and to flitter from one adventure to the next. But not now. The COVID-19 pandemic has seen closures on a scale not witnessed since war times. When our world shifts, it’s unsettling. And when we can’t...
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