Do We Need Work to Structure Our Days?

There’s a lot of ambiguity surrounding the meaning of the word “work”. By now I’ve concluded rather strongly that most people have a different sense of the word than I do. But that’s OK given that I don’t think anarchism is synonymous with chaos, or that capitalism is synonymous with free markets or that polyamory…

What Leisure is Really For

The Rehtinking the Job Culture Facebook page shared this article by Gary Gutting called, What Work is Really For. Now, there’s a lot going on in this article. Gutting makes some great points about leisure, work and the nature of capitalism. But he also makes some mistakes on all three of these things as well.…

r/antiwork Has Some Recommendations

Just a quick post highlighting this post which in turn recommends the “essential” material of the anti-work catalog. I’d be remiss if if I didn’t add some of my own recommendations. Specifically, Andre Gorz Crisis of Work and Claire Wolf’s Dark Satanic Cubicles which I think are both well worth the read in their own right.…