By T. R. Young, Arnold P. Goldstein and Leonard Krasner (Auth.)
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Moral training and character 36 New Sources of Self building are as important as maths, reading, and communist theory in the early years. S. child is exposed to an experience in which there is considerable ambivalence about moral training. The historical fact is that morality as such is intimately (and unnecessarily) tied to religion, and the first amendment forbids establishing religion by governmental units. Until Kalamazoo in 1872, most schools were private and could teach religion (and thereby morality) without conflict with the Constitution.
His home is a branch office; his wife, a lieutenant. For the organization man, his friends are selected by the requirements of office, and his church selected by its usefulness to his j o b . The social ethic which underwrites the behavior of the organization man requires that he sacrifice his beliefs, the richness of his traditional religion, his family, and his self in order to remain in the system. Whyte is not alone in his concern with the quiet, smooth, comfortable linkage between self and large-scale organization.
Certainly eating, drinking, and proceating are also genuinely human functions; but abstractly considered, apart from all other human activities and regarded as ultimate ends in themselves, they are merely animal functions. (Josephsons, 1962, p. 98) But m a n is more t h a n " t h e w o r k e r " and, as computer science is organized as a cybernetic control system, then m a n is liberated from a social identity which must, under conditions of mass and precise production, be alienating. (*From "Alienated Labor" by Karl Marx, translated by Eric and Mary Josephson.
New Sources of Self by T. R. Young, Arnold P. Goldstein and Leonard Krasner (Auth.)