Rolston thoughts on COVID-19

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Rolston thoughts on COVID-19

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I did do a short article on the coronavirus. This is in a Colorado State University online newsletter named Source. May 2020. Attached. 5 pages. No permission needed to reprint.

Life persists in the midst of its perpetual perishing. The coronavirus brings novel experience of staying apart and keeping life safe together when finding a pasqueflower blooming at Easter. This minute critter has played havoc with mighty humans. Nature is still there, wild nature, both predictable and chaotic. The devastating virus brings struggle and promising opportunities for more caring, love, and solidarity in our human communities. Death is not the last word.

This article is also online at: https://libarts.source.colostate.edu/qa-with-holmes-rolston-life-persists-in-the-midst-of-its-perpetual-perishing

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Holmes Rolston III Colorado State University University Distinguished Professor

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Alumna/us

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See above

Date Created

05/28/20

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Final-Coronovirus.pdf

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holmes.rolston, “Rolston thoughts on COVID-19,” (Re)Collecting COVID-19: Davidson & Lake Norman Stories, accessed July 3, 2020, https://davidsonlibraryexhibits.net/covid-19/items/show/29.

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