Mostly ppl want to be engaged and feel like they've accomplished something. We don't want to "work" in the sense it's used today, and I feel like even using that terminology is risky concession to protestant work=virtue ethics.
We know this to be true. Bc not only our art but our most powerful obviously aspire to it.
I've had jobs I enjoyed, but real talk, I don't think I always needed to be in the office 8 hours a day to perform them!
We should frame UBI as giving people freedom, and that's valuable in itself.
That's so much more valuable than just "work."