How the political crisis of trust influences society’s ability to deal with the virus

Relatori: William Davies

For hundreds of years, modern societies have depended on something that is so ubiquitous, so ordinary, that we scarcely ever stop to notice it: trust. The fact that millions of people are able to believe the same things about reality is a remarkable achievement, but one that is more fragile than is often recognised. William Davies analyses the global context after the experience of Covid-19.


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