Erich Fromm and the Anatomy of Human Destructiveness

In his book The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness, Erich Fromm provides an analysis of human aggression. He discusses the differences between aggression in animals and in humans, and discusses how the specifically human forms of cruelty are connected to existential needs. Fromm delineates three important existential needs: the need to be one with the world andContinue reading “Erich Fromm and the Anatomy of Human Destructiveness”