The relational self in times of threat and isolation, of covid-19 [full lecture]

A video about coping with what happened to the so banal words “I am…” in the huge and sudden changes and threats in our covid-19 days.

In all times for all humans,

whenever we say “me” or “I am” we immediately produce a “you” or a “you are”, like the word “cold” implies “hot” and “springtime” implies “fall”.

How this sense of being a unique “me”,

able to connect with a unique “you”, is affected by the pandemic in the new era?

What are some ideas which might support our navigation and integrity in this tremendous storm of our times without being fully scattered?

**This presentation was firstly realised ONLINE,

in the framework provided by City College (Thessaloniki, Greece, on April 3 of 2020), during quarantine.

This video is made as a NEW, autonomous version of that presentation.  (books, texts, videos, music)

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