Julia Hobsbawm is a social philosopher and author specializing in addressing connected behaviour in the digital age. She has been consulted by the World Health Organisation, the OECD and the European Union on her ideas on Social Health and is Honorary Visiting Professor in Workplace Social Health at Cass Business School, City, University of London. Her latest book, “The Simplicity Principle: Six Steps Towards Clarity in a Complex Age,” will be published this month. The opinions in this commentary are her own. View more opinion at CNN. (CNN)Something extraordinary is happening in the middle of this extraordinary crisis. While the physical health of the world is in peril, a new kind of health is emerging in which the emotional connections between people start to strengthen along new, fresh lines. I call this social health.This can be seen most clearly in the world of politics where old borders and enmities are dissolving. For evidence of this, look no further than my home country, Britain, and the response to the hospitalization due to complications from coronavirus of Prime Minister Boris Johnson.I have known Boris for 30 years, from when he was editor of The Spectator, the famous conservative magazine. I was briefly


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