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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Marta Chioccarello rated it really liked it Nov 27, That is, the company baunan expect hard work from its employees out of fearbut loyalty and commitment would probably match that shown to the employees by the company.
Nov 24, Henrique Cassol rated it it was amazing. But Capitalism is better compared to a mine than to a farm. They can not be recycled, re-employed — they are literal waste. He said that if staff were unhappy with the structure they should just wait, as it was inevitable that there would be a new one in a year or so.
Utter dedication was required, but with about one in every six employees disappearing due to under-performance every year and nearly half being negatively assessed, only Dr Pangloss would feel optimistic of a long term future with the company.
This book offers no real solutions — but for holding up a mirror in which we can see ourselves reflected back, it provides us with a service I suspect too few of us will be grateful for. Cooperation from many entities is in need if you want to address global poverty and wasted lives. Once our society could be considered comparable to a farm.
Bayman and thought provoking, but the two central chapters seemed too repetitive to me. Rather than an uncaring universe, we are left with the book of Job — once again we are left with the inscrutable will of God and us merely His playthings. I started to think more carefully about the roots of my feelings about security and vulnerability, and more critically about my penchant for newer, more dcarto things. Bauman’s “Wasted Lives” is baujan and quite readable, but if you’re looking for anything other than straight-up theory, this ain’t it.
Still, the book says important things about Modernity and how we treat the groups of people we’d prefer to ignore. Life had cycles and there was a sense of progress within these cycles.
The best part, for me, was his presentation of the transition from a social welfare state to a fear-state, in which the justificaiton of the state is to create, and then manage, fear. Terra Nullus no longer exists. To get at the bit you need you must separate it from the waste and rubbish.
Mireya wcarto it really liked it Jan 31, Jul 13, Alex Stretton rated it really liked it. This is a remarkably concise and clearly written book.
Vite di scarto
This is a short, succinct essay on the problem of waste managment and disposal in our modern times. Dl I found this most interesting and most challenging was around the notion of the infinite. That we accept that Afghanistan is both over-run with people worse than Hitler and a safe place to return refugees to, shows the depth of our rationalisations and self-interested selective memory.
Unfortunetaly, now the rich sift through the garbage for anything valuable before it even makes it to the slums. Now, the global spread of the modern way scarfo li This book provides an analysis of the modern world’s recent problem: Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read Vite di scarto.
Wasted Lives: Modernity and Its Outcasts
Very nice introduction, I liked the references to Calvino, and very nice ending, comparing museums to graveyards and giving an insight on the consumism on our personal relationships. It is anunavoidable side-effect of economic progress and the quest fororder which is characteristic of modernity. The production of ‘human waste’ – or more precisely, wasted lives, the ‘superfluous’ populations of migrants, refugees and otheroutcasts – is an inevitable outcome of modernization.
Trivia About Wasted Lives: These acts appear similar but are not one in the same thing. Modernity and Its Outcasts by Zygmunt Bauman. Kent rated it liked it Jul 30, Also, the excursus on religion in the final chapter is annoying at best, opinion at worst. Feb 11, Jorge Caballero rated it really liked it. Mainly the futility of seeking local solutions to global, systemic problems.
Mar 26, Eric Aguirre rated it it was amazing. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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Whatever interest your speculations may have would be of interest to you alone, I suspect. Also some aspects of wasted lives, such as agency bzuman a grey line between inclusion and exclusion could have been added on to make the theory more hollistic.
Preview — Wasted Lives by Zygmunt Bauman. Very nice introduction, I liked the references to Calvino, and very nice ending, comparing museums to graveyards and giving an insight on the consumism on our personal relationships. Our burgeoning awarene Another good book by Bauman – and a little more focussed than usual.
Elena ‘s review Sep 15, As other reviews have stated, global problems often are unmoved by individualized solutions. It continues unpacking ideas he expressed in Liquid Fear, and his other books.
Jan 31, Shawn Cassiman rated it it was baumxn. All of us know that it is far too vitw for us to be defined as waste and as redundant. Designs always involve waste, and thus any ‘designed society’ will involve wasted lives.
Global solutions weresought, and temporarily found, to locally produced overpopulationproblems. Bauman’s analysis of waste looks at the wasted lives of humans du can not be “recycled” or disposed of because the “world is full. You may think he was being cynical or perhaps even ironic — but he was perfectly serious.
But what is particularly interesting here bauuman that Bauman talks of this as people submitting to God as a means of overcoming their fear of the infinite — the uncaring infinity against which we are nothing. This book provides an analysis of the modern world’s recent problem: