Society And The Vision Of Work

August 20th, 2016 by Rosemary
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The interpretation that the man has conferred him the word work and what the word implies has radically changed throughout the evolution of the human being and even more noticeable is the change with respect to the social evolution that has had. The work has been with the man since time immemorial and is in the beginning when it was no more than the shape of obtaining food and survive until reaching the radical vision of seeing work as a way to increase wealth and socio-economic status which is possessed only. Work throughout history has changed its way of being understood by depending on the cultural context of both societies as of temporality that nothing is constant and change in a concept as it is the work is something that by nature changed. It must also be recognized that people individually have a concept of work that will be sharing with society to generate a new concept that will be adopted by the society in which they operate. Once unleashed all the revolutions of workers in search of a better quality of life, is they generated new visions of how it should organize a society, this gave rise to modern organizational forms, such as capitalism and communism. A person that seeks obtaining riches untreated by itself of contribute to the community that surrounds it in implicitly generates a support towards this, since to obtain riches must be able to produce goods and replace them with wealth and because needs are the origin of the value in all things and the price of these is the power that meet our needs we can say that if the society wish to Exchange goods produced, these should meet the needs of this, the person individually by their desire of obtaining riches will help obtain the satisfaction of the needs of society confirming what Fourier: each individual, not following more than his personal interest, will constantly serve the interests of the mass. According to the level of evolution of society is how the work is seen; as a modern society, we cannot consider us that we are on the cusp of evolution of this, we have to be always open to a change, one that is coercive and proactive regarding the society refers. We should not only work for oneself but for the common welfare. The vision of the work develops according to the society.

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