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Loving has nothing to do with psychology. Fromm happily paves over the pseudo-intellectual nonsense of Freud, but I don’t particularly enjoy seeing him prop up Marx in Freud’s place. Maybe I’ll give Fromm another chance one day with another book and another subject.
Just a moment while fromk sign you in to your Goodreads account. Fromm focus on explaining different types of Love motherly lovefatherly love, brotherly love, erotic love I’d recommend other books about love like something from Dalai Lama before this one. Overall, it isn’t the worst thing but I do not think I would recommend.
You may love or hate this book. Trivia About Erich Fromm: Think of it this way – if I put the word “art” in front of “talking,” and the title of my Fromm studied psychology so writing this book is not scientific. The kunsf style makes me see this book as a college student who slacked off and crammed for his paper.
Die Kunst des Liebens by Erich Fromm (2 star ratings)
This is the most distruing feature of, I believe, this book and about the dscipline of psychology – then and now. The central idea of the book is that love is a kind liebdns art in the applied skill sense that must be mastered.
It wants to convince the reader that all his attempts for love are bound to fail, unless he tries more actively to develop his total personality In no other book are Freud’s Victorian sensibilities so exposed – cult of nuclear family, Calvinist hatred of self-love, etc.
Like most famous psychologists, Fromm too eagerly tries to force complex ideas into tiny little boxes in order to make lieens seem a lot less messy than they really are. Eva rated it it was amazing Sep 24, They have opposite goals.
Erich Fromm: Die Kunst Des Liebens: Die Trennungsangst Und Ihre Drei Formen Der Berwindung
Although the title filled me with great enthusiasm, my attitude was soon undermined by the simplicity of the perspective, which turned out to be fairly narrow. At any rate, the sense of falling in love develops usually only with regard to such human commodities as are within reach of one’s own possibilities for exchange.
If only those Frankfurt guys were a bit more… hip, I guess?
In his classic eie, The Art of Lovingrenowned psychoanalyst and social philosopher Erich Fromm explores love in all its aspects—not only romantic love, steeped in false conceptions and lofty expectations, but also brotherly love, erotic love, self-love, the love of God, and the love of parents for their children. Jasminka marked it as to-read Jun 24, Kerstin marked it as to-read Mar 17, To view it, click here. Quotes from Die Kunst des Lie For every interesting section for example, the parallels drawn between capitalism and modern relationships there is an equally dubious section the nonsense about motherly vs.
Maybe he did not have enough self-love to produce top quality for his own creative works? This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I’m happy with the way i love people around me let’s move on to another book. It is rooted in a destructive attitude toward dss, in the willingness to throw away life because one is incapable of loving it,” seemed particularly pertinent today.
It’s about pages and It works as a self-help book without actually being labeled as one. Not a bad book per se, but one with a lot less practical application than is indicated by its title.
Our whole culture is based on the appetite for buying, on the idea of a mutually favorable exchange… “Attractive” usually means a nice package of qualities which are popular and sought after on the personality market…. For every interesting section for example, the parallels drawn lievens capitalism and modern relat Why does the psychoanalyst’s perspective always seem like it’s too warped and theoretical to be applied to the real world?