The Escape from Freedom
In my ongoing exploration of Marxist-Freudianism Erich Fromm has come as a welcome respite from Herbert Marcuse and Karl Popper. Fromm's vision owes more to Freud than Marx. While he begins with many of the same preconceptions and goals, Fromm is less strident than Marcuse and more intellectually honest than Popper. Where they see history as an endle…
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