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Capital Culture or Why Laziness is a Human Right

Monday, May 27, 2024

Work a maximum of three hours a day. Laziness is a human right.

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EXPLOITATION existed before capitalism and continues to exist after capitalism, said British sociologist Anthony Giddens. With that statement, Giddens claims that no historical law applies uniformly in all places. Giddens also criticized the Marxist idea that communism would surpass all exploitative systems and eliminate them with social systems where the free development of each is a condition for the free development of all.

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