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  • The Right To Be Lazy - Paul Lafargue The Right to be Lazy is an essay by Cuban-born France|French revolutionary Marxist Paul Lafargue, written from his prison cell in 1883. The essay polemicizes heavily against then-contemporary liberal, conservative, Christian and even socialist ideas of work. Lafargue criticizes these ideas from a Marxist perspective as dogmatic and ultimately false by portraying the degeneration and enslavement of human existence when being subsumed under the primacy of the "right to work", and argues that laziness, combined with human creativity, is an important source of human progress. (Text by Wikipedia: This Audio Recording is in the Public Domain, have fun.
  • The Right To Be Lazy - Paul Lafargue - Version2 The Right to be Lazy is an essay by Cuban-born France|French revolutionary Marxist Paul Lafargue, written from his prison cell in 1883. The essay polemicizes heavily against then-contemporary liberal, conservative, Christian and even socialist ideas of work. Lafargue criticizes these ideas from a Marxist perspective as dogmatic and ultimately false by portraying the degeneration and enslavement of human existence when being subsumed under the primacy of the "right to work", and argues that laziness, combined with human creativity, is an important source of human progress. (Text by Wikipedia: This Audio Recording is in the Public Domain, have fun.
  • From Here to Ecstacy 15-4 = part 131 of series Next: 15-5: Playlist 7: List of uploads within playlist: berties- Main channel: The writers of the Bible were less concerned with historical accuracy than with allegorical tales with a purpose. The accepted view is that the Deuteronomistic historian redacted earlier works. Their revision of history aimed to maintain the national cultural and religious identity of Israel following a series of devastating military defeats. Faced with a theological dilemma, the Deuteronomistic redactor revised theology to frame political and military disasters as divine punishment for disobedience. The prophets explained causes of the crises differently. Prophets can be categorized as ecstatic or apostolic. The biblical formula for the paradigmatic apostolic prophet reads like a Harlequin romance: unexpected encounter, initial reluctance, and eventual succumbing to the call. The Bible's Buried Secrets website: including: Who Wrote the Flood Story? Writers of the Bible: Archeological Evidence and Timeline: This is the second part of a Yale University course on the Hebrew Bible. The full course can be found here: oyc.yale.edu oyc.yale.edu Christine Hayes is Professor of Religious Studies in Classical Judaica. Before joining the Yale faculty in 1996, she was Assistant Professor of Hebrew Studies in the Department of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton ...