'Can I sunbathe in the park?' is now a deep moral question | Alison Hills

UK The Guardian

Coronavirus gives fresh urgency to philosophers’ struggle with the conflict between individual choice and the common good Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Sunbathing in the park, normally the most innocent of pleasures, is causing outrage . The police are involved; the parks may be shut. Lockdown is never easy, but when the weather is good, the urge to be outside, to feel the sun on your face, to lie on the grass, under a tree, is almost irresistible. To close your eyes and pretend just for a little while that life is normal. How can this be wrong? Continue …

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