In a world in which violence in every form seems to be increasing, Erich Fromm has treated this problem with deep perception in the most. The Anatomy of Human. Destructiveness. Erich Fromm. HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON. New York Chicago San Francisco. The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness has ratings and 63 reviews. Raya راية said: ما دام المرء يعتقد أن الإنسان الشرير يحمل قرنين، فإنه لن يكتشف شر.

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Hitler’s story falls into the very dark side of human psychology.

Erich Fromm – The Anatomy Of Human Destructiveness

I keep re-reading his books from time to time. Books by Erich Fromm.

Tuhoava ihminen on suositeltava teos ihan jokaiselle kirjallisuusharrastajalle. MacmillanFeb 15, – Psychology – pages. Destructiveness can therefore be reduced by changing man’s socioeconomic conditions.

The latter is broadened far beyond the usual sexual connotation and seems to be Fromm’s most significant innovation.

To have faith means to dare, to think the unthinkable, yet to act within the limits of the realistically possible; it is the paradoxical hope to expect the Messiah everyday, yet not to dsstructiveness heart when he has not come at the appointed hour.

This hope is not passive and it is not patient, on the contrary, it is impatient and active, looking for every possibility of action within the realm of real possibilities. I had read other books by Restructiveness Fromm and was reading different approaches to Psychology. Dewtructiveness humanist radicalism goes to the roots, and thus to the causes; it seeks to liberate man from the chains of illusions; it postulates that fundamental changes are necessary, not only in our economic and political structure but also in our values, in our concept of man’s aims, and in our personal conduct.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Topics Erich FrommSociologypsychologyphilosophy. Marx, on the erixh hand, saw people as determined by their society, and most especially by their economic systems.

To ask desttuctiveness readers questions about The Anatomy of Human Destructivenessplease sign up. To be sure, there are severe limitations to personal development determined by the social structure.


Genuine freedom and independence and the end of all forms of exploitative control are the conditions for mobilizing the love of life, which anattomy the only force that can defeat the love for the dead.

Fromm attempts to answer it in his character analysis of Hitler. I would recommend anyone to read any of Fromm’s work. That was back inI believe. Least of all is it passive as far as the growth and liberation of one’s own person are concerned.

Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Once in a while I would listen to the radio–most memorably for WFMT’s multipart lecture by Erich Fromm on human aggressiveness, a series lf led to the purchase of his book on the subject.

I skimmed the first eight chapters and then read thoroughly the last five, on aggression. Fromm mendahului buku dengan membedakan sudut pandang insting dan behaviorisme; kemudian, ia erih titik tolaknya sendiri, yaitu psikoanalisa.

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I got this book for 3. Situations in the Second World War feature ‘the technicalization of destruction, and with it the removal of the full affective recognition of what one is doing. Erich Fromm was a German-born U. Quotes from The Anatomy of Hu This, however, is not the destructiveness that Fromm wished to discuss and dissect.

It is much easier to get excited by anger, rage, cruelty, or the passion to destroy than by love and productive and active interest, We need to create the conditions that would make the growth of man, this unfinished and uncompleted being – unique in nature – the supreme goal of all social arrangements.

Oct 02, Abby rated it liked it Shelves: See 1 question about The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness…. Behaviorismand, not being a psychologi Fromm immediately endeared himself to humsn with this epigraph: Fromm immediately endeared himself to me with this epigraph: No trivia or quizzes yet. I like his answers, it’s a maladjusted attempt to deal with life, one way is the nihilistic destroy that which I don’t understand or the sadistic control that which I don’t underst I would recommend anyone to read any of Fromm’s work.


Then finally, he places as an appendix, Freud’s Theory of Aggresiveness and Destructiveness. Ia membahas kasus agresivitas jahat manusia tidak dari sudut pandang deterministik, tapi dari analisa struktur karakter. Other than saying “hello” to folks as they came in, there really wasn’t much to do but go off to Stuart Brent books around the corner during the lunch break. Perikato -elokuva olisi varmastikin saanut kirjoittajalta aika lailla sapiskaa. View all 10 comments. Refresh and try again.

The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness by Erich Fromm

He feels at ease among those who suffer from the same deformation; in fact, it is the fully sane person who feels isolated in the insane society and he may suffer so much from the incapacity to communicate that it is he who may become psychotic He died in The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness. This man to me, his contributions to psychology and to the understanding of the world and the human condition eclipse those of Od and Jung. Destructiveness is seen in terms of the dreams and associations of many patients, and of historical figures such as Stalin–an extreme example of sadism; Himmler–an example of the bureaucratic-sadistic character; and Hitler.

Even Albert Speer ericch this about Hitler: Saya rasa bila Anda masih di tahap awal mempelajari psikologi seperti saya saat membaca buku iniAnda tidak akan terlalu pusing mengikuti bahasan buku setebal halaman ini. As you can see by the title, he explores the dark side of the huiman psyche with quotes, references, comparisons, and rebuttals of the works of others.

It is the position of those who are neither “optimists” nor “pessimists,” but radicals who have rational faith in man’s ability to avoid the ultimate catastrophe.