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Roxana Baiasu, “Lockdown Lived Experience, Illness, Power, and Epistemic Injustice”, in Peter Sutoris, Sinéad Murphy, Aleida Mendes Borges, Yossi Nehushtan (eds.), Pandemic Response and the Cost of Lockdowns, Routledge, 2022

This paper offers a contribution to recent discussions concerning the marginalisation or exclusion of the humanities from pandemic-related decision-making processes which have shaped important lockdown policies. More specifically, it focuses on certain contributions that philosophy and, in particular, certain interactions between phenomenology, genealogical analysis, and social epistemology can make to this topic.