Comment: I found this short article on how to deal with differences in regards to wearing masks during the time of Covid-19. It was published by THE CONVERSATION and the author is Nicole Hassoun Professor of Philosophy, Binghamton University, State University of New York
Philosophy and psychology agree – yelling at people who aren’t wearing masks won’t work
As a professor of philosophy working on global health ethics, I believe the conflict between mask wearers and non-wearers raises some important ethical questions:
Is it acceptable to comment on others’ apparent irresponsibility when they choose not to wear a mask or try to shame them into wearing one? Is this approach effective?