Sad exiled fathers and the dystopia of a health dictatorship by Bjorn Vedder and Ralf Klausnitzer, May 2020

Life in a “fatherless world,” as the English philosopher Shaftesbury wrote around 1700, is cruel and dysfunctional because a person without a father lacks “the relationship to the whole.”
A first creeping, then rapid change of values has occurred within our societies from “freedom” as the highest value to “security,” the desire for controllability of the future.

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