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The Covid-19 health crisis induced contradictory interhuman behavior: solidarity with others or conversely, mistrust and rejection of others. The same feeling is at the root of both these comportments –fear: fear of infection and its consequences, fear of others. It is also fear, in the form of aversion to uncertainty, that motivated the partisan dogmatism and irrationalism that flourished during the crisis.
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