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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Fuga de libertate by Erich Fromm. Fuga de libertate by Erich Fromm. If humanity cannot live with the dangers and responsibilities inherent in freedom, it will probably turn to authoritarianism. This is the central idea of Escape from Freedoma landmark work by one of the most distinguished thinkers of our time, and a book that is as timely now as when first published in Few books have thrown such light upon the forces that shape mod If humanity cannot live with the dangers and responsibilities inherent in freedom, it will probably turn to authoritarianism.
Few books have thrown such light upon the forces that shape modern society or penetrated so deeply into the causes of authoritarian systems. If the rise of democracy set some people free, at the same time it gave birth to a society in which the individual feels alienated and dehumanized.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Fuga de libertateplease sign up. How can we balance a gain towards freedom without reverting to isolation? Graham By accepting that freedom is as much about limitations as about power.
For most people freedom means power.
But freedom is ftomm …more By accepting that freedom is as much about limitations as about power. But freedom is about balance. That balance is obtained though limits on power. Look at the people complaining most about their loss of freedom.
In every case it’s actually about power. Racists are upset that they can no longer be racists. Many gun owners hate the idea of requirements for possession of firearms.
Religious fanatics complain about their loss of freedom but what they are unhappy about is that they no longer have the power to force others to live by their religious beliefs.
We need to accept that a vromm society needs to balance all the various forms of power that exist, and that sometimes means we don’t get to use our power as we wish. To do so reduces other citizen’s freedom. See all 3 questions about Fuga de libertate….
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. It was a difficult book for me. Freedom, individuality, authoritarianism, and spontaneity are topics I can read a few pages on, but nearly pages was too much.
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The best part of the book was the sixth chapter—”Psychology of Nazism”. The author delves into the history and rise of Nazism and Hitler from a perspective. He had 20 years of history to go on, and he bases much of his interpretation on his libdrtate of Mein Kampf.
I have not encountered that view in any of my previous reading of hi It was a difficult book for me. I have not encountered that view in any frida my previous reading of history. Middle 20th century attempt at understand National Socialism in modern society.
So look back at Reformation and religious change in Europe. Fromm’s book explores over a few short chapters 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 distinguishes between ‘freedom from’ negative freedom and ‘freedom to’ positive freedom.
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The former refers to emancipation from restrictions such as social conventions placed on individuals by other people or institutions. This is the kin Fromm’s book explores over a few short chapters humanity’s shifting relationship with freedom, with particular regard to the personal consequences of its absence. This is the kind of freedom typified by the Existentialism of Sartre, and has often been fought for historically, but according to Fromm, on its own it can be a destructive force unless accompanied by a creative element, ‘freedom to’ the use of freedom to employ spontaneously the total integrated personality in creative acts.
This, he argues, necessarily implies a connectedness with others that goes beyond the superficial bonds of conventional social intercourse: As ‘freedom from- is not an experience we enjoy in itself, Fromm suggests that many people, rather than utilising it successfully, attempt to minimise its negative effects by developing thoughts and behaviours that provide some form of security.
Fromm suggests that Fascism may arise anywhere a people devolve their thinking on authorities rather than doing it themselves: In this he echoes Alexis de Tocqueville, who in his book Democracy in America stated “It is vain to summon a people who have been rendered so dependent on the central power to choose from time to time the representatives of that power; this rare and brief exercise of their free choice, however important it may be, will not prevent them losing the faculties of thinking, feeling, and acting for themselves, and thus gradually falling below the level of humanity.
View all 5 comments. Not really a very interesting book. Underlying its basic premise is a lot of discredited Freudian nonsense. Sounds like a lot of sociological and psychiatric mumbo jumbo. Wish I could have skipped it. The first half is okay but mostly this book is too esoteric to be of much worth. Djmen rated it it was ok Apr 01, Phillip Casteel rated it it was ok Jun 12, Ryan rated it it was ok Apr 27, Ilona rated it it was ok Sep 27, Nazar Motyk rated it it was ok Nov 05, Thor Wallbridge rated it it was ok Jan 04, Mohammad Abu Shaban rated it it was ok Oct 23, Riya rated it it was ok Nov 21, Roslan Ahmad fuad rated it it was ok Jan 23, Eliezer Sneiderman rated it it was ok Dec 04, Mike Shafto rated it it was ok Jul 18, Pavlo Huk rated it it was ok Jun 28, Ehillclimb00 rated it it was ok Dec 27, Uralisia rated it it was ok Apr 16, Harshu Kaurr rated it it was ok Aug 31, Priscilla rated it it was ok Aug 12, Marcin Szymczak rated it it was ok Feb 05, Milena Stosic rated it it was ok Apr 30, K rated it it was ok Jul 26, Date error 2 18 Dec 18, Sociology, University of Heidelberg,was a psychoanalyst and social philosopher who explored the interaction between psychology and society, and held various professorships in psychology in the U.
Fromm’s theory is a rather unique blend of Freud and Marx. Freud, of course, emphasized the unconscious, biological drives, repression, and Erich Fromm, Ph. Freud, of course, emphasized the unconscious, biological drives, repression, and so on. In other words, Freud postulated that our characters were determined by biology. Marx, on the other hand, saw people as determined by their society, and most especially by their economic systems. Books by Erich Fromm.
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