Sudipta Sarangi Publishes in Roanoke Times

Professor Sudipta Sarangi, an Affiliate and Stakeholder of the Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, has published an article about the pandemic in the Roanoke Times. Here is a brief excerpt:

In Freedom Begins Responsibility
In the epigraph to one of his collection of poems, William Butler Yeats noted that in dreams begin responsibilities. Given the surreal nature of our current experience, I will settle for the more mundane notion that responsibilities come with freedoms. Spring has given way to summer but the siege of the coronavirus Sar-Cov-2 continues. People all around the world are hankering for normalcy and everyone is ready to go back to life as we knew it before COVID-19. At this time, only a handful of states are in the “Closed” category while the rest fall into the “Partially Open” category which just like Baskin Robins has 31 flavors. However, we are still in the midst of the pandemic, and even faraway places such as Greenland and Fiji have reported positive COVID-19 cases.

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