The pundits

Suddenly everyone has become an immunologist and a confinement pundit. It is easy to tell the genuine immunologist from the quack, but it's not so easy to recognise a true confinement pundit. Who are these? Surely it can't be those who tell us to fight the disruption to our normal routines by engineering new routines.... Continue Reading →

The invisible gift

Someone should write a typology of confinement. We are more reflexive than ever, more sensitive than ever, and less likely to put up with any form of detention than ever. I'll be honest, when I read or hear how people are getting depressed from staying at home, I can't help thinking: we wouldn't last a... Continue Reading →

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