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Prior to the effort of giving an opinion on the above topic whose semantic and syntactic structure in its bare form is that of a subordinate clause, which could be interpreted both to form an interrogative remark as well as an assertion. But since one has to make the above topic as its theme it […]
The covid 19 is a virus emerged in late 2019 and quickly spread around the world.
Without a doubt economic, social and psychological changes will happen , which will affect the world population. In this article we try to see the consequences and the facts on different aspects of human life.
Sneha Chakraborty Abstract: It may seem ‘idealistic’ to let philosophy pave the path for uncontrollable changes in our lives. However, if we look deeply the answers to the most difficult questions lie within the process of self-introspection and realization. Philosophy meditates the entire process from darkness to light, raveling through the uncharted territories leading towards […]
Amrita Tripathi  Abstract: In a recent interview of British news broadcaster Sky News, well-known billionaire and philanthropic humanist Bill Gates was seriously asked if it would be good to share intellectual property rights of Covid-19 vaccines with developing countries. To this question, which is a very vulnerable matter in the present time when millions of […]
Swati Arora Abstract: In the rise of COVID-19 virus, uncertain prognosis, shortage of medical resources, and imposition of strict public health measures, such as isolation and restriction to movements contribute to widespread depression, anxiety, and fear among all. Though these measures are the only way to curb the spread of the virus, Indian philosophical principles […]
Rajan Abstract: Ludwing Wittgenstein, despite having a great inclination towards linguistic philosophy kept a great deal of empathy towards the importance of ancient thought and philosophers who consider it as a virtue and way of life. As he famously put it; ‘‘[W]hat is the use of studying philosophy if all that it does for you […]
LT.(DR) Lakshman Patra Abstract: The second wave of COVID-19 is severely affecting the entire world. The scenario is very grim in India. Indigenous people are becoming even more vulnerable during this global pandemic. The Covid-19 pandemic has created a dystopian scenario. It has generated ‘uncertainties’ because of immediate prevalence of the notions of risk, fear, […]
Uroosa Tanzeem Abstract: Corona virus continues to affect the lives of all sentient beings. Even the most advanced health systems have been failed in front of this invisible threat. So many people are in anxiety and eagerly waiting for the end of this pandemic. Through this article, I would like to discuss how to deal […]
Michael KC Thanga Abstract: This article explores how the need for the philosophical understanding of the current situation due to the Pandemic. Covid-19 as a matter of objective and social fact tends to align along with our existential attitudes, beliefs regarding the seriousness of the Covid-19 pandemic and our Ideological commitments. Decisions about the measures […]