Any attempt to identify the thread that runs through the late Erich Fromm's writings will soon uncover an unequivocally humanistic world view. From the 1930s on, this was Fromm's guiding principle. It signified Fromm's break with the Frankfurt School: Marcuse, Adorno and Horkheimer. This posthumous volume includes writings from one of Fromm's most fertile periods--the 1960s. These writings concentrate on humanistic science, socialism, religion, and psychoanalysis. They are from lectures, works written for specific occasions, and manuscripts intended as books. Of particular interest is an extended essay on two very different thinkers: Meister Eckhart and Karl Marx.
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.42(d)|
Table of Contents
I. The Humanistic Alternative,
II. Humanistic Initiatives and Confessions,
III. Meister Eckhart and Karl Marx on Having and Being,
A Biography of Erich Fromm,