[PDF] ✩ The Art of Loving: An Enquiry into the Nature of Love (World Perspectives) Author Erich Fromm – Submitalink.info

[PDF] ✩ The Art of Loving: An Enquiry into the Nature of Love (World Perspectives) Author Erich Fromm – Submitalink.info Presents His View Of The Nature Of Love Involving The Whole Personality An Orientation Toward Life.World PerspectivesForeword1 Is Love An Art 2 The Theory Of Love Love, The Answer To The Problem Of Human ExistenceLove Between Parent ChildThe Objects Of Love Brotherly Love Motherly Love Erotic Love Self Love Love Of God3 Love Its Disintegration In Contemporary Western Society 4 The Practice Of Love


10 thoughts on “The Art of Loving: An Enquiry into the Nature of Love (World Perspectives)

  1. Jeruen Jeruen says:

    My goodness, what is this dude smoking Someone close to me made me aware that this book existed, and so out of curiosity, I decided to borrow the book from the library and read it It took me 2 days, and really, I hated every bit of this book, for several reasons that I will delineate below But first, let me tell


  2. John Kulm John Kulm says:

    I went through this book again partly because it has so much to say, and partly because I wanted to re read Erich Fromm s instructions on how to meditate I like the way he puts it, on pages 101 102 If I am attached to another person because I cannot stand on my own feet, he or she may be a lifesaver, but the relationship


  3. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The Art of Loving, Erich FrommThe Art of Loving, is a 1956 book, by psychoanalyst and social philosopher Erich Fromm, which was published as part of the World Perspectives Series, edited by Ruth Nanda Anshen In this work, Fromm develops his perspective on human nature, from his earlier work, Escape from Freedom and Man for Himself


  4. Trevor Trevor says:

    If my mate George hadn t recommended this book there is no chance at all that I would have read it I ve a strange relationship with LOVE in that I think it is grossly overrated by our society You could get away with thinking that if you were not in love in our society then there is something terribly wrong with you Never mind that the noti


  5. Nawal Nawal says:

    This book confirms the idea that reading is a basic tool in the living of a good life, a better one indeed.Reading the Art of love awoke inside me some long dormant craving to approach the subject matter of love in a Tangible and Lucid way as Fromm did.In this book, Fromm asserts that love is essential to human flourishing and survival love is the


  6. Amanda Amanda says:

    Gave up at 1 3 because it simply became unbearable.If you are a very traditional conservative white middle class cisgender person, who is familiar with the bible but still loves Freud you have found your guide If you are any other category of human, this book is probably not for you.The constant denial of non binary genders, the labelling of love between ga


  7. Carlo Carlo says:

    One of my favorite books I ve read it three times now, and i ll probably read it severaltimes in the future I really appreciate what a down to earth way of dealing with his subject matter that Fromm has He recognizes that no book can make you aloving person, but he does recognize that by calling our attention to the myriad ways that we misunderstand, and deceive our


  8. Sarah Sarah says:

    Love is not only a relationship with a specific person it is an attitude, a guiding of our character that determines the type of relationship of a person has with the world as a whole, not with an object or a person.


  9. Alli Alli says:

    Have you ever held an idea so closely to the sides of your skull, you could never find the words or phrases to articulate it until someone stopped by and presented you with exactly what you had been searching for Erich Fromm did this for me in the context of mature and fulfilling relationships In the words of a good friendpeople should realized that serious philosophers devote think


  10. Thomas Thomas says:

    3.5 starsLove is an activity, not a passive affect it is a standing in, not a falling for In the most general way, the active character of love can be described by stating that love is primarily giving, not receiving Thank goodness this book exists Often in contemporary society we misconstrue love as a cure all for all of our problems instead of learning the art of love, which requires great


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