Suicide is an accusation brought against the organization of society when society becomes incapable of guaranteeing the happiness of its members.
Minois, History of Suicide, 326
Work suicide or work-related suicide1 is a phenomenon that punctuates contemporary French public life with all the force of the banal and the sublime. Suicides now occur with such frequency that they have become a routine event, one that barely elicits widespread shock or consternation. Newspapers report on the human toll: engineers, nurses, teachers, assembly-line workers, checkout assistants, farmers, managers, postmen, ...
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