Providing insight on aggression, dreams, affluence, religion, and human growth, a distinguished social critic and psychoanalyst reveals the importance and awareness of life’s tragedies and the transcending power of love.
Erich Fromm, author of the international bestseller The Art of Loving¸ completed his volume of work with this deep dive into the areas of life that effect our emotional presence with stunning revelations about the balance of tragic experiences and the power of love.
Known for drawing connections between human personality types and socioeconomic and political structures, Fromm provides insight on dreams, the origins of aggression, and the relevance of the prophets as it relates to humans today in this transcription of a series of talks he gave over South German public radio in 1970.
Erich Fromm was a social psychologist, psychoanalyst, sociologist, humanistic philosopher, and democratic socialist. He fled the Nazi regime during the Holocaust and came to the United States, where he became a founder of the William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, and Psychology in New York City.