Opinion

Has the pandemic fundamentally changed our ethics?

By Hugh Breakey
Updated December 29 2021 - 8:28pm, first published 8:14am
When our expectations are violated, we can experience not only material losses, but losses to our "self efficacy" - our perceived ability to navigate the world. Picture: Getty Images

Over the past two years, our lives have changed in unprecedented ways. In the face of the pandemic, we have been required to obey demanding new rules and accept new risks, making enormous changes to our daily lives.

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