The Philosophy of Work

Work helps us live a good life. Four stories help us better understand the philosophy of work

Rhongrong Zhou, Esq.
June 2019
Tags: business • corporate culture • engagement• stories• work
Introduction
Different kinds of work shape differing perspectives by adjusting individuals’ framing schema and analysis of the world. These shifts usually happen without consciousness. People use their freedom to choose work, while the work ‘selects’ appropriate people. To some extent, people interact with their environment by working. Work has a mutual effect on the internal challenges of a person and external changes in the world.
Story One: The Hungry  Ocean

While steaming, the passage of time is measured in distance rather than hours, mil...

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