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by Erich Fromm
Author: Erich Fromm
Publisher: Routledge & Kegan Paul (1960)
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Erich Fromm shows how this idea of freedom comes as a result of many illusions. They have become cogs in a big machine and function only as such. This idea can be broken down into two sub-groups: religion and fascism. Although these deal more with the death of individuality in a spiritual sense, they too are intertwined with economic status.
The Fear of Freedom book. Die Furcht vor der Freiheit The Fear of Freedom, Erich Fromm First published in the United States in 1941. If humanity cannot live with the dangers and responsibilities. In the book, Fromm explores humanity's shifting relationship with freedom, with particular regard to the personal consequences of its absence. His special emphasis is the psychosocial conditions that facilitated the rise of Nazism.
Ambiguity of Freedom 19 3 Freedom in the Age of the Reformation 33 1 Medieval Background and the Renaissance 33. 2 The Period of the Reformation 54 4 The Two Aspects of Freedom for Modern Man 89. 5 Mechanisms of Escape 117. 1 Authoritarianism 122. 2 Destructiveness 153. 3 Automaton Conformity 158 6 Psychology of Nazism 178. 7 Freedom and Democracy 207 1 The Illusion of Individuality 207. 2 Freedom and Spontaneity 221 Appendix: Character and the Social. Process 238. Index 257.
Fromm now gives us a background of Freud’s basic concept of man – that the individual . Fromm’s theory is against the view that unchecked passions make history, it is also against those which reject the role of the individual human.
Fromm now gives us a background of Freud’s basic concept of man – that the individual has ‘dark passions’ and these need to be suppressed by society. This need for suppression creates culture – the more we suppress passions (wants), the more culture, but the higher the risk of neurosis, because the individual only has a certain propensity to cope with the suppression of his desires. He recognises that there is a human nature that is discoverable by psychology – it is not ultimately malleable, although it can adapt significantly to social change.
Escape from Freedom is a book by the Frankfurt-born psychoanalyst Erich Fromm, first published in the United States by Farrar & Rinehart in 1941 and a year later as The Fear of Freedom in UK by Routledge & Kegan Paul.
Escape from Freedom, known as The Fear of Freedom outside North America, is a book by the Frankfurt-born psychologist and social theorist Erich Fromm. First published in the United States by Farrar & Rinehart in 1941, the book explores humanity's shifting relationship with freedom, with particular regard to the personal consequences of its absence. Its special emphasis is the psychosocial conditions that facilitated the rise of Nazism. Fromm's concept of freedom.
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