This article is from Hillsdale College’s Imprimis. To view the original, click here: Imprimis.
The Great Reset promises inclusion in a shared destiny. But the subordination of so-called “netizens” implies economic and political disenfranchisement, a hyper-vigilance over self and others, and social isolation—or what Hannah Arendt called “organized loneliness”—on a global scale. This organized loneliness is already manifest in lockdowns, masking, social distancing, and the social exclusion of the unvaccinated.
The article What Is the Great Reset? originally appeared on Imprimis.

This article is from Hillsdale College’s Imprimis. To view the original, click here: Imprimis.

The Great Reset promises inclusion in a shared destiny. But the subordination of so-called “netizens” implies economic and political disenfranchisement, a hyper-vigilance over self and others, and social isolation—or what Hannah Arendt called “organized loneliness”—on a global scale. This organized loneliness is already manifest in lockdowns, masking, social distancing, and the social exclusion of the unvaccinated.

The article What Is the Great Reset? originally appeared on Imprimis.

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