Donald Trump thinks the disease will go away and says now for the mask

Posted on Thursday July 2, 2020 at 07:40 By AFP US President Donald Trump, who has never been seen wearing a mask in public, assured Wednesday that it would be “no problem” for him to wear one. He also reiterated his belief that the coronavirus would “disappear” at “some point”. “It wouldn’t be a problem […]

The dive is over: prices for petrol and diesel rise in June

• Evaluations by Clever Tanken show: petrol prices rose by 7 cents compared to May, diesel prices by 4 cents • Gasoline-diesel scissors open further • Super E10 cheapest in Bonn, Munich and Nuremberg • Super E10 most expensive in Bremen, Frankfurt am Main and Cologne • Diesel cheapest in Bonn, Bochum and Munich • […]

“The work is more substantial than we thought”

Posted on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at 12:08 p.m. By Sudinfo Outages have robbed thousands of Telenet customers of the Internet since yesterday evening. And the problem is likely to last… On Twitter or Facebook, messages are counted by the dozen. Whether purely interrogative or expressing a certain nervousness, everyone points to the same problem: […]

Richard Mervyn Hare, ethics at heart

Said law or guillotine de Hume does not cut heads: only undue conclusions or inferences. Those who move from “what is” to “what must be”, from what describes a fact (Paul is a doctor) in what is an imperative or a prescription (Anna must close the window). This “cut” is not so simple. May Paul […]

the virus is the message

José María Paz Gago Updated:04/28/2020 15:39 save The viral pandemic contains as many meanings as interpreters strive to unravel it these days of confinement from the point of view philosophical, sociological, anthropological or semiotic: announcement of the apocalypse, bacteriological dystopia, angry reaction of nature, divine punishment, anti-capitalist maneuver, laboratory creation, perverse effect of globalization … […]

Was the coronavirus created in a laboratory in China? What the Crisis Center thinks

Some suspect China of having created the coronavirus in a laboratory in China, it is not the case according to Belgian experts. VSSome rumors attribute the origin of the coronavirus to a human creation in a Chinese laboratory. Faced with this assertion, the country’s scientists are skeptical. “What we do know is that this virus […]

Tagore, Kassák, Connelly … the Books selection of “Libé”

Wanderings, of Lajos Kassák. Translated from Hungarian and prefaced by Roger Richard. Séguier, 248 pp., € 19. Hungarian avant-garde writer, painter and poet Lajos Kassák tells the picaresque story of his walking tour from Budapest to Paris, which he undertook in 1909 at the age of 22. His traveling companions include the wood sculptor Gödrös […]

Containment: but what yoga do you practice?

Seghir Lazri works on the theme of social vulnerability of athletes. In this column, he takes a few pictures of sport through the social sciences. How the social explains sport, and vice versa. Confinement requires, physical exercises at home have become the only solutions to keep in shape. Among these practices, yoga, given the limited […]

Physical activity: upper body

Goodbye afternoon football, outdoor cycling, jogging with friends. Even for the less athletic, it is better to avoid turning into chewing gum during confinement. So what physical activity should you do to stay in shape? “For someone used to playing sports, it takes thirty to forty-five minutes a day. For a more sedentary person, fifteen […]