A Philosophy & COVID-19 Bibliography

[Note from the editor: this post originally appeared in April but I’ve moved it to the top of the page as I’ve been getting inquiries about pandemic-related works by philosophers. Jef Delvaux has continued to maintain the bibliography he started. Please contact him with additions, or mention them in the comments.] Jef Delvaux, a Ph.D. student in philosophy at York University, has undertaken the project of putting together a bibliography of writings by philosophers about the COVID-19 pandemic and related issues.

The bibliography is divided into three sections: academic philosophy, written public philosophy, and non-written media. Mr. Delvaux notes that the bibliography is a work in progress, so perhaps further categorizations will be added at some point.

To add material to the bibliography, contact Mr. Delvaux at [email protected] or via Twitter, where his handle is @JefDelvaux.

The bibliography is below. You can also access it directly here.

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