Global infatuation on sleep cessation or sleep hygiene obscure the fundamental necessity of sleep, that should be conceived instead as a fundamental universal right.
Nowadays sleep hygiene is bought on the market; better sleep is an imperative for high-productivity and opulent consumers.
As a consequence privilege guarantees sleep
Our research works on the refusal of nowadays voluntary servitude by rebuilding on the social base of rest and its potential altruism, because sleep is a Common good.
Rest shall no longer be treated as a bourgeoisie delight, a market commodity nor a productive incentive or unavoidable obligation, it is indeed constitutive of the future of social struggle.