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Hat tip: Jean Marc Benoit, MD

Posted on YouTube, but I’ll bet it will soon be taken down:

And on Rumble, an earlier interview:

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Rumble — Please welcome mother and Philosophy Professor Dr Julie Ponesse, her most important areas of specialization are health care ethics, ethical theory including Moral Psychology and Ancient Philosophy, a M.A. in Bioethics from UofT and more.

She has published in Bioethics, worked in the clinical setting (e.g. sitting on research ethics boards), and regularly teach courses in Applied Ethics, inc. Health Care Ethics

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First published at 16:43 UTC on May 27th, 2021.

Julie E. Ponesse is a professor in the Philosophy department at Western University in London, Ontario.

She talks about ethics in the time of Covid and sounds the alarm on the catastrophic harm being done.