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Artx renowned psychoanalyst and social philosopher Erich Fromm has helped millions of men and women achieve rich, productive lives by developing their hidden capacities for love. In this astonishingly frank and candid book, he explores the ways in which this extraordinary emotion can alter the whole course of your life.
Most of us are unable to develop our capacities for love on the only level that really counts—a love that is compounded of maturity, self-knowledge, and courage.
Learning to love, like other arts, demands practice and concentration. Even more than any other art it demands genuine insight and understanding. His book is one of dignity and candor, of practicality and precision. The fiftieth Anniversary Edition of the groundbreaking international bestseller that has shown millions of readers how to achieve rich, productive lives by developing their hidden capacities for love.
Most people are unable to love on the only level that truly matters: As with every art, love demands practice and concentration, as well as genuine insight and understanding. In his classic work, The Art of Lovingrenowned psychoanalyst and social philosopher Erich Fromm explores love in all its aspects—not only romantic love, steeped in false conceptions and lofty expectations, but also brotherly love, erotic love, self-love, the love of God, and the love of parents for their children.
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So much that I had always felt and believed about love was documented clearly and elegantly by Eric Fromm. It’s amusing how one doesn’t really know the ramifications, or at times even the exact substance, of their own thoughts until someone wiser than one’s self puts words to these thoughts. The Art of Loving isn’t a personality check list collection, relationship advice book, or a how to win friends and influence people guide Said another way, this book talks about the real deal.
In froomm age of divorce, distilled stupidity, victim mentality, and selfishness beyond comprehension this is exactly the sort of material we need to familiarize ourselves with. I can’t recommend this book enough! Published inthe entirety of this work postulates love as an art, one which requires practice and for it to be successful a certain degree of attained maturity.
As an art it requires knowledge and effort. Also of notable difficulty are Fromm’s concern with machination, automation and the anologies he draws from the capitalistic market unto man.
It’s easy to see how the two correlate, and I do feel it’s an apt description, but I could also see how people unobservant to how our society functions might miss the parallels. Something we all need to remain cognizant of and practice daily. In popular cultural belief being lovable means an admixture between being popular and having sex appeal.
But because love requires a mastery of theory and then mastery of practice it takes much work and resultantly, many failures. The third part of love, after theory and practice, is that it must be a matter of utmost concern. It requires devotion to order its success as an art.
Because of this love is treated the same as commodities on the market – buying into the best available option, then upgrading when the time is right. Prerequisites of maintaining love are a capacity to love one’s neighbor, true humility, courage, faith and discipline.
To these are the important practicable concepts of care, responsibility, respect and knowledge. Love is one path which can be utilized to know thyself, to know some of the secrets of the individual and thereby the secrets of humankind. At the end of section one Fromm takes a shot at Freud for being too shallow, and for not investigating the occurrence of sexual-polarity present in both genders.
Love between parent and child – key to this notion are the ideas that a mother’s love is unconditional and cannot be earned, if it need be earned then it is already gone.
A child is loved because they are, because they exist, not because of any potentiality. This is part of a child’s development until about the age of 10, at which point they transition to practice loving instead of just being loved. Brotherly love – love that is given to the whole of mankind, for we are all in this struggle together. For most the intimacy remains only in sexual contact. Self-love – This is not to be confused with egoism or narcissism.
To adequately love anybody, we must also and foremost love ourselves. Fromm himself postulates that God is a non-interventionalist, and that most mature people would see it this way.
He also delves into the paradoxical logic of being and not being at the same instance, an impossibility using rational, stereotypical logic. In our Western culture, belief in God is a thought process, much less an action process. The Disintegration of Love in the Western Society Further elaborates upon the notion of love as a commodity which can be exchanged and traded much like current market trends.
Fromm also touches upon the general disconcertion people have toward being alone, but failing to realize that from this place, only, can they truly love another person.
Disipline, concentration and patience and a great sense of humility are necessary here, as in love with all mankind. Most importantly all of this practice requires faith.
Arta de a iubi
The ability qrta step outside yourself, uibi your story and just believe, blindly Where this active concern is lacking, there is no love. I need you because I love you. I love the world, I love life. If I can say to somebody else, “I love you”. The illusion, namely, that love means necessarily the absence of conflict. I read this when I was 14, and now I’m I was lucky enough to meet Erich Fromm when I was I wasn’t expecting to meet him, but he was being interviewed on a talk show where my friends were playing the musical entertainment.
He was an adorable elderly German gentleman, I was thrilled to be a le to tell him how much this book meant to me when I read it. And now, I’m going to be able to read it again!! From this end of the life span!
I highly recommend this book and Fromm’s other books as well Fromm’s theory of love is thought-provoking and aa.
I don’t know that I agree percent with his theory, but it certainly inspires me to move forward with some change in my own life. I find it incredible how relevant his analysis of society continues to be. He must be rolling in his grave over how disconnected western society has become to meaningful, focused, face-to-face interaction. Fromm minces no words and gives no feel-good sermons. In The Art of Loving he cuts straight to the point of what love is: This book contains some interesting insights, but unfortunately mixed with some vile personal prejudices of the author, especially his irrational belief that people who are not heterosexual cannot experience “real” love.
It’s all the worse because book tastemakers, and now a new publisher, portray Fromm as some wise Guru. He was part of psychological community that declared homosexuality to be mental illness, and he makes it quite clear in the book that he was very sure of himself on this point.
So while I say the book seems to have some interesting insights, Fromm’s obvious prejudice gives readers good reason to be skeptical of an author claiming to have radical insights into love, who is so utterly devoid of understanding for anyone who doesn’t share his sexual preferences. One person found this helpful. See all reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
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