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|Posté le: Jeu 31 Mai - 06:05 (2018) Sujet du message: The philosophy of "hard work" and its downfall.
"Phil Laut, the American financial author, has defined hard work as 'doing what you don't want to do', and suggests that to operate with integrity, you should forget work and do what you want. This revolutionary viewpoint directly opposes certain beliefs which have become codified into our work ethic courtesy of the Puritans. Puritan sects were greatly over-represented among the early major industrialists (quoted in Ashton's History of the Industrial Revolution), and their belief that suffering is required to redeem our 'original sin' as human beings became part of their work ethic. This is a notion which continues to underlie our attitude towards work even today."
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