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 Does it Mean to Play a Game?

One of the main ways that anti-work advocates sometimes envision an alternative world is the broadening of games. Why so? Largely because games are by definition voluntary, done for their own sake and involve the active and enthusiastic participation of all involved. The consequences are sometimes (though not always) trivial and thus more flexibility can…

We’re #2!

So I don’t know when it happened but somehow Abolish Work has become popular enough to surpass The Abolition of Work Wikipedia Page! Now, I’m not exactly sure what dictates these sorts of things. Is it the hits? The frequency of visits? The new and improved site? I mean it can’t be the consistency of…

Introduction

Hello, my name is Nick Ford and I am the owner of this site, Abolishwork.com. First thing is first, I have to thank David S. D’Amato for buying the original domain and offering it to me. For that and that alone he deserves the first and last credit for me going through with this idea. He…