The 35th edition of Tabayyun has been published by the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies and the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies. This issue includes the following articles: "Illness as Experience and Discourse: Research on Foucault's Policies of Illness and their Role in Contemporary Social Philosophy" by Zouaoui Beghoura; "Biomedicine between the Political and the Ethical" by Mouldi Ezdini; "Philosophical and Intellectual Dimensions of Epidemics Seen Through the Novels The Plague and Blindness" by Nariman Alekry; "Plague and Epidemic: From Practical Theology to Applied Ethics" by Mutaz al–Khatib.

The issue also contains Translation of Marie–Hélène Parizeau's paper "The COVID–19 Pandemic: Between Social Vulnerabilities and Technical Logics" by Rachid Boutayeb; and of Stefan Weidner’s paper "Virus and Terror: How the Corona Crisis And 9/11 are Related" by Abdellatif Bousseta. In the reports section, Omar Almagharebi contributes his report: “What Did Philosophers say about the Corona Pandemic?"; Kamel Terchi offers a book review of The Sickness unto Death: A Christian Psychological Exposition for Upbuilding and Awakening by Soren Kierkegaard while Bilal El Bazi finishes the issue with a review of Man and Urbanism: A Treatise on the Decline of Paradigms in the Arab City by Driss Makboul.

This edition is available for open access download at the Tabayyun Website along with past issues of the journal.