Erich Fromm - The Sane Society (1955)

“We see that there is a great deal of conscious, and even more unconscious dissatisfaction with the kind of work which our society offers most of its members. One tries to counteract their dissatisfaction by a mixture of monetary and prestige incentives, and undoubtedly these incentives produce considerable eagerness to work. But it is one thing that these incentives make people work, and it is quite another thing whether the mode of this work is conducive to mental health and happiness.”

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