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Qui m'a touché ? Pandémie, contacts et religion ?

Abstract : Who touched me (Luke, 8:45)? Pandemic, contact and religion. With Covid-19, we are obliged to respect a "social distance": human contact, the basis of interpersonal relations and life in society, is a risk factor here. But if touch can be a source of vulnerability, it can also be an announcement of healing or appeasement. From the touch that kills to the touch that heals, it is the path of solicitude that is traced here.
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Jean-Marie Villela. Qui m'a touché ? Pandémie, contacts et religion ?. Congrès international du GIS Religions "Soigner, guérir", Oct 2021, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-03385225⟩



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