Jonah Lynch

Jonah Lynch has a doctorate in theology from the Gregorian University in Rome, an M.Ed. in education from The George Washington University, and a B.Sc. in physics from McGill. He conducts research in digital humanities and lives in Italy.

In Praise of Disobedience

A merely obedient population might be easy to govern in the short term, but it will be tragically unable to change course when the data shows that the greater good lies elsewhere than we had previously thought.

The Italian Government’s Attack on Italy

I do not see any reason to think that the Green Pass will lead to an enlightened age in the Bel Paese. On the contrary, it is rapidly producing a distressing fragmentation of society through the introduction of fear and government presence in all human relations, even the most basic.

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