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Suddenly, with the radical lockdown of half the planet, our accelerated, interconnected and hypermobile society found itself at a standstill, forced into immobility. This stillness has revealed to us the limits of consumerism, the flaws of a globalization centered on money and power, the blindness of our habits of thought and of the ideologies of progress. We can also see this lockdown as a philosophical experience that encourages us to reflect on the meaning of our lives. The time has come to learn to live in resonance with our world, to rethink, with more lucidity and finesse, our vision of the ‘good life’.
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