In the pandemic, we relearn what Sartre meant by being free
What does it mean to be free in 2020? Jean-Paul Sartre once said that never was France as free as it was under German occupation. A complex opinion in itself, for the philosopher Julian Baggini it might actually be a powerful reflection on the definition of freedom, providing lessons on how to contextualise it in times as complicated as the ones of today. He explains in Psyche magazine.