Kendini Savunan İnsan

Kendini Savunan İnsan Erich Fromm
  • Title: Kendini Savunan İnsan
  • Author: Erich Fromm
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  • Kendini Savunan İnsan Erich Fromm Kendini Savunan nsan Y zy l m z n nl d n r Erich Fromm bu yap t nda insan n ya amdaki temel devinin kendi kendisini olu turmak yani gizil g olarak ne ise o hale gelmek oldu unu savunuyor Fromm a g re insan anlamak on
    Y zy l m z n nl d n r Erich Fromm, bu yap t nda insan n ya amdaki temel devinin kendi kendisini olu turmak , yani gizil g olarak ne ise o hale gelmek oldu unu savunuyor Fromm a g re, insan anlamak, onu sanki kendimiz bir Tanr ya da ondan ok st n bir yeri olan bir yarg m z gibi su lamamak anlam na gelir nk , iyi ve k t ne d zenekseldir ne de ncedenY zy l m z n nl d n r Erich Fromm, bu yap t nda insan n ya amdaki temel devinin kendi kendisini olu turmak , yani gizil g olarak ne ise o hale gelmek oldu unu savunuyor Fromm a g re, insan anlamak, onu sanki kendimiz bir Tanr ya da ondan ok st n bir yeri olan bir yarg m z gibi su lamamak anlam na gelir nk , iyi ve k t ne d zenekseldir ne de nceden yazg lanm t r Ahlak felsefesi alan nda se me ve karar, insana onun kendisini, ya am n ve mutlulu unu nemle ele almas na kendisinin ve toplumunun ahlaksal sorunlar yla y zy ze gelebilmek yi itli ini g sterip kendisini savunabilmesine dayanmaktad r.
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    About Erich Fromm


    1. Erich Fromm was a German born U.S psychoanalyst and social philosopher who explored the interaction between psychology and society His works include The Art of Loving Love, Sexuality, and Matriarchy and Man for Himself He died in 1980.Fromm s theory is a rather unique blend of Freud and Marx 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.


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    2. Interesting but defective Fromm tries to sketch an ethical system that is both objective and humanistic That is, he believes that morality should derive from mankind s true nature and objective needs, but that we should get it from ourselves rather than from some transcendent authority This project is self defeating.In the first place, Fromm s quest for objectivity devolves into a new kind of authoritarianism Fromm believes that social scientists, especially psychologists such as Fromm himself, [...]

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    4. If faith cannot be reconciled with rational thinking, it has to be eliminated as an anachronistic remnant of earlier stages of culture and replaced by science dealing with facts and theories which are intelligible and can be validatedYOU ARE NOT FROM HERE YOU DON T BELONG TO PLANET EARTH Fromm WHERE THE FUCK ARE YOU FROM This book is a continuation of Fromm s other book Escape from Freedom, and here he moves from discussing freedom, to discussing ethics What is the nature of the Humanistic Ethic [...]

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    5. Kitap be b l mden olu uyor Ahlak sorununa k sa bir giri , otoriter ahlak felsefesine kar n h manist ahlak felsefesinin sunumu, insan do as n n incelenmesi retici ve retici olmayan y nlenmeler , h manist ahlak felsefesinin sorunlar bencillik zgecilik, vicdan, inan , iyilik k t l k, ara erek, g rece mutlak etik vb kavramlar zerine ve son olarak ahlak sorununun g n m zdeki durumu hakk ndaki d nceler Fromm a g re insan n retici olma sorumlulu u bulunmakta, mutlulu a ve iyili e ula abilmesi i in kend [...]

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    6. notes There is no meaning to life except the meaning man gives his life by the unfolding of his powers Today the lack of faith is an expression of profound confusion and despair Once skepticism and rationalism were progressive forces for the development of thought now they have become rationalizations for relativism and uncertainty The failure of modern culture lies not in its principle of individualism, not in the idea that moral virtue is the same as the pursuit of self interest, but in the de [...]

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    7. Man for himself, an inquiry into the psychology of ethics 1361 author_blog_

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    8. Eric Fromm s works are some of the best books I have ever read on the human condition I remember reading the Art of Loving back in catholic high school and how strongly it impressed upon me the importance of loving over being in love This book is just as strong in every regard There s nothing I can tell to do it justice it s a short book, so just get it and read it His discussions of such subjects as instincts, drives, fulfillment and ethics are models of conciseness and clarity Perhaps some wil [...]

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    10. Excellent book This book speaks to me Erich Fromm is so Profound and Insightful

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    11. Toward the end of this book Fromm poses a central question Man, Good or Evil Here he takes on the dogma you know which side he s on of man s innate natural evilness and argues against those opponents of humanistic ethics which sees man as inherently good There are three problems with Fromm s argument First, the good versus evil dichotomy is simplistically stated Is man good or man bad assumes that there s one universal and common human nature If we vary by physical structure and physiological ma [...]

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    12. Worth reading, and realitivly easy to grasp compared to, say, Lacan He calls himself a humanist meaning to him, it seems that he is very individual centered, positive on the potentials of the individual against a potentially corrupting society as you could glean from the title One of the greatest annoyances was that you get no clear definition of such abstrations as living up to one s potentials or productiveness Also, he gets kind of obsessed with breaking down different types of characterswhic [...]

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    13. This is an important book in order to understand the illusions that modern society creates and to understand one s self A good base for doing self analysis different character types and temperaments are explained After reading the book I had better vision for the world and myself It causes me to reconsider all my relationships, which is good, but this has made me somehow confused After reading this one and other works of Erich Fromm I ve noticed postive changes in me, but it bothers me that I ca [...]

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    14. An okay book, but nothing particularly new if you re familiar withErich Fromm s other works I did like his comments, though, on how anti social behavior crime , depression, etc is in many ways a response to profoundly unfulfilling negating social environments In this sense and many others, Fromm s analysis here as elsewhere is much needed as a perspective that calls for structural change, towards a society in which individuals can be affirmed and, in a sense, truly happy.

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    15. Teetering somewhere between analytic psychology and existential philosophy, Fromm explores the existential dilemma and its ethical corollaries, proposing a humanistic solution man achieves his greatest happiness in productivity, in maximizing our innate potentials and being the best versions of ourselves that we can be.

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    16. An incredibly clear and concise book that focuses on humanistic ethics I give it 4 instea of 5 stars because of Fromm s tendency to repeat himself and go on slightly irrelevant tangents, especially in the second half of the book Relevant to all Thelemtes interested in the problems of ethics, individually and socio politically.

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    17. It might have changed my life Or at least, helped me make the decision which has the potential of changing my life.

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    18. Erich Fromm in this book develops ethical principles for the modern man based on humanist and existential philosophers.

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    19. currently re reading

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    20. Amazingly shines a light on Washington, D.C toddayFromm s ideas are timeless His psychological, philosophical and political insights are valuable today as our society faces the problems of growing inequality He shows that the superficial self help industry and the corporate advertising complex see us as easy prey for the quick fixes they offer as solutions for the deep struggles we face as a society and as individuals.This book demonstrates that we all have the ability to understand our own nee [...]

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    21. Does not hold up as well over the years since it was published Fromm s arguments are too heavily based on deductive reasoning and an agreement with his audience that he is telling them what they want to hear The productive life, Fromm argues, is the most desirable.

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    22. Fromm may have been attempting an enterprise to derive an ethical system from human psychology I agree with one librarian Jonathan who wrote an excellent review on this book.

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    23. De mare actualitate chiar dac a fost conceputa cu decenii n urm De mare valoare i ajutor ca toate c r ile lui E FROMM

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