A blame game helps no one but fake news is even worse

By Dr Alan Mendoza

In the midst of a crisis like Covid-19, the ability to remain objective is usually one of the first human characteristics to be abandoned.

It can easily be surrendered to panic as the urge to enter survival mode intensifies.

Decisions that would have seemed inconceivable days before the crisis emerged suddenly appear rational. Actions that would have been morally reprehensible in normal times, dramatically acquire an animating spirit all of their own.

 

Read the full article in City A.M

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