{ brad brace } on Thu, 5 Jun 1997 21:26:45 +0200 (MET DST)

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Re: <nettime> work-end

If prison is where you are punished for what you have done in the past, 
work is where you are punished in order to be able to do things in the 
future. When future managementologists like Peter Drucker preach the end 
of work, they do so in the same manner as the Situationist International 
preached the end of art. Work must be supressed in order to be realized. 
Control must disappear in order to install itself everywhere. The 
assembly line is blown off in favour of decentralization, destabilization 
and deregulation, each operation putting into effect its own unlimited 
schizophrenic proliferation.


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