It is either the “economy” or “lives”? Are “asymptomatic carriers” a frightening reason to stay home? Hasn’t Korea had success because of strict social distancing and strong governmental restrictions?
No, no, and not even close.
Matthew invites guest host Jason Cresswell to help him clear up the confusion on false-choice and fearful thinking, and to lay out an an extensive picture of what Korea looks like day-to-day. (Hint: It isn’t a picture of North Korea.)
Poor thinking has kept people mostly locked down well past the “flattening the curve” stage. If we want to optimize human flourishing–within which safety and health are encompassed–Matthew argues that we need freedom to choose and act in the pursuit of our values.
Drop your fear and pick up your freedom!
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