Response to pandemic: philosophical perspective

Nguyen, Van Ha Hai (A.A. 2020/2021) Response to pandemic: philosophical perspective. Tesi di Laurea in Global justice, Luiss Guido Carli, relatore Valentina Gentile, pp. 114. [Master's Degree Thesis]

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Significance of pandemics. Beginning of pandemics. PAndemic risk factors. Weight of pandemics. Results of pandemics. Patterns affecting pandemic risk. Oandemic preparedness and response. The Covid-19 pandemic. Literature review. Vietnam’s response to Covid-19 outbreak. Political approach. Moral approach. Communitarian approach. Covid-19 containment in the West. Political approach. Moral approach. Community engagement. Reasons West nations failed to contain the plague. Politics and pandemics. Global health. Nation responses. Health systems and policies. Social inequalities. Social responses. Science and technology. Politics of Covid-19 pandemic. Enormous heterogeneity in endorsement changed during the Covid-19 emergency. State run administrations which neglect to contain the infection were rebuffed. The compromise among public health and the economy. The Covid-19 pandemic and America’s neoliberalism. West nations vulnerability to Covid-19. Varieties of capitalism and American neoliberalism. The Trump administration during Covid-19 pandemic. Inter-community relations with regards to Vietnam’s preparedness. Liberalism or communitarian approach to pandemics. Political values, similarities, and differences. Compromises and direction of global capitalism. Worldwide capitalism may not be the answer. Recovering other values, rejecting other, and accepting residual liability. Post-liberalism and recharging of normal life.


Bibliografia: pp. 105-114.

Thesis Type: Master's Degree Thesis
Institution: Luiss Guido Carli
Degree Program: Master's Degree Programs > Master's Degree Program in International Relations (LM-62)
Chair: Global justice
Thesis Supervisor: Gentile, Valentina
Thesis Co-Supervisor: Forlenza, Rosario
Academic Year: 2020/2021
Session: Extraordinary
Deposited by: Alessandro Perfetti
Date Deposited: 02 Sep 2022 11:51
Last Modified: 02 Sep 2022 11:51


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