When a tunnel always ends.
I listened to this while writing this post, try it while you read :o)
This post is the eleventh in a series of posts about a reflection on our ability to socially evolve. These posts should be read in the order of their publication. For example, starting with the 6th would make no sense to the reader. Happy reading!
Let’s now explore individuals who wish to develop their independence. Of course, they are supposed to work as a team, for the benefit of the common good. Once again, laziness trumps reason and the majority will seek to borrow others’ knowledge at a low cost. But how is that cost evaluated?
Firstly, the principle of equity of value can be invoked. Inspired by a form of theoretical gender communism, equity aims to assign equal value to equivalent jobs. A movement that has taken root in the fight against gender inequality, it is nevertheless based on a vague principle, equivalence.
I think we should take an example. Let’s take the case of someone from a family background who has the responsibility of looking after the home. Another person could be in any other paid job. How do you determine that these two occupations are equivalent? Is it in the prestige? In the effort? In the level of knowledge required? It is complex to determine an almost permanent equivalence. If we use effort, does that mean that a person in a very busy position deserves a higher value than another in the same position, but in a situation where there is a lack of work?
To be continued…
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Last Updated on November 3, 2020 by Coach Danny