What ideas for alternatives to work, or a society where people work to survive, did people have during May 1968 in Paris? How could that society function and how could people feed themselves?
I've seen here http://www.bopsecrets.org/CF/graffiti.htm that during the May 1968 riots in Paris people thought there was a way to live without working. For example the previous site mentions:
Commute, work, commute, sleep . . .
We don’t want a world where the guarantee of not dying of starvation brings the risk of dying of boredom.
People who work get bored when they don’t work. People who don’t work never get bored.
Zelda, I love you! Down with work!
This site ( https://libcom.org/history/slogans-68 ) implies it was (more specifically) the perspective of The Situationists who had these ideas :
The Situationist perspective was found in:
- Never work
- We don't want a world where the certainty of not dying of hunger is exchanged for the risk of dying of boredom
- Live without dead time and play without hindrance
Edit because stack exchange is saying it lacks details or clarity:
In other words, what ideas did the people who were against work in Paris during the May 1968 riots have for way to survive as opposed to working? What ideas did they have for how people would feed and clothe themselves and get the necessary materials to survive and live? The answer can cover any idea presented from anyone who could have supported or participated in that movement who was against work as a means of survival.