Where do we place fragility?
I have often asked myself what an inclusive society should be like. I think that personal and collective choices can dictate the basis of inclusion or exclusion every day.
Like human rights, inclusion is part of a choice.
THE choice to put fragility at the center, as a political, personal and ethical priority, could be a daily job.
If forces, as a resource, consider fragility at the center, the consequent choices are obvious. The result would be different if other priorities were at the center. As personal interests, money is the good of a few.
The consequences are inevitably two: the benefit of a few at the expense of fragile people, the inevitable downgrading of the "strong" person if he ever becomes fragile.