The Biggest Bubble Of Them All: ‘Work’

Below, find a brand new commentary from Notes From Disgracedland’s Bjarne Knausgaard  who regular readers will recall pens some of the best political/economic color around.   The first link there is to his blog and the second is his Twitter, which you should follow. The divided subject of labor market It’s a shame that the only thing a man can do for eight hours a day is work. He can’t eat for eight hours; he can’t drink for eight hours; he can’t make love for eight hours

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4 thoughts on “The Biggest Bubble Of Them All: ‘Work’

  1. That was not that convincing and hard to read, to boot! It is as if it were written in a foreign language and translated poorly–missing words like “to” and “the”, also mistaking words (e.g. “expandable” should be “expendable”).

    Some of it is either obtuse or the author doesn’t know how to communicate the idea. E.g.: “The problem is no longer the individual attitude towards work, but the collective response to the cumulative effects of excess rationality.”

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