We are all agreed that there's a lot to complain about in
contemporary society. Boredom, exploitation, an explosion of
legislation and interference with our everyday freedoms: central
government and big business seem to make life more difficult with
each month that passes. But do we really need to take to the
streets to protest? Or would a more effective form of resistance be
to take to our beds and quietly recreate our own lives? In this
issue of the Idler, we reflect and philosophise on the notion of
protest. CORINNE MAIER interviews three French filmmakers making
anti-work movies; we meet the brilliant history professor RONALD
HUTTON. JAY GRIFFITHS writes on missionaries; JOHN NICHOLSON
celebrates paradise; we ask whether there's any point in going to
university and PENNY RIMBAUD reveals the meaning of life. Plus
articles on the practical side of idling with advice on
treehouse-building and beer-brewing.
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