September 28, 2010
Carl Trueman has a lengthy reflection and asks some pertinent and pressing questions on the nature of work and human intellectual development.
Recalling his job at a factory as a young man in the 1980s, Trueman writes concerning those who were still at their positions on the line when he had moved on:
Their work possessed no intrinsic dignity: it was unskilled, repetitive, poorly paid, and provided no sense of achievement. Continue Reading...