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The overarching aim of this contribution is to make a hermeneutical account of social distance as a form of negative solidarity. This scope brings forth two guiding questions worth considering: 1. How does a collective solidarity narrative that supports inward security influence the execution of restrictive measures such as social distancing? 2. Does a collective solidarity narrative merely focus on prescribing social distance as a universal normative measure or does it involve otherdoi:10.32022/phi30.2021.116-117.8 doaj:45c48a831fdd4f6cb07c4944476bbfe7 fatcat:qpvod67tzfhrjdelzxc6uilazm