PHOTO: © Diego Castro

Endlich frei? Die Zukunft der Arbeit. Axel Honneth und Teresa Bücker

In the organizer's words:

Today's working world leads many people to collapse because they have to look after children and run a household on top of everything else. Flexible working hours and working from home only help to a limited extent, as they also lead to a dissolution of work boundaries that is difficult to control. In her award-winning book "All Time", journalist Teresa Bücker calls for a fundamental rethink that focuses on time as a resource, enables more meaningful, fulfilling activities and also takes gender-specific imbalances into account. The philosopher Axel Honneth has a different focus: "The working sovereign" needs sufficient time to form a political opinion. Those who are stressed out and do intellectually unchallenging work around the clock will not achieve maturity. So how is freedom realized in work? Or is it more about freeing ourselves from work?
Moderation: Jürgen Wiebicke

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Price information:

The events take place at different times in two halls and last approx. 90 minutes each. Due to this parallelism, we do not offer a day pass.


silent green Gerichtstr. 35 13347 Berlin

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