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“A distinguished contribution to a growing body of social psychological reflections on modern times.” ―The Washington Post
“One is fascinated page after page by the incisiveness of the analysis, the concreteness of the presentation, and the beauty of the style.” ―Paul Tillich
“A courageous book with a high moral objective...an unflinching indictment of contemporary society.” ―Guide to Psychiatric and Psychological Literature
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.
I received it on time and it was new and clean. I'm totally satisfied about this purchase.Published 5 months ago by Hind Rambo
A pathbreaking book, by one of Freud's leading students, written decades ago, and well worth reading for its societal insights.Published 12 months ago by Howard L. Cort
Along with his classic Escape From Freedom this is one of the most important books of the twentieth century. Read morePublished 15 months ago by J. R. Sellers
I think everyone should read Erich Fromm. Over 50 years ago he was laying out what we were to become if we didn't make some changes in our society. Read morePublished 15 months ago by helen
This is an excellent book! Fromm is an inspiring writer who helps illuminate the way forward for humanity. Read morePublished on November 21, 2013 by Xenophanes
Sane Society is one of the best books I ever read. Erich Fromm makes a brilliant analysis of why humans tend to like and support dictatorships and authoritarian governments such as... Read morePublished on August 10, 2013 by Fabiola Queiroz
Sorry to sound so cheesy but this book is the best, it really put things into perspective. I am a better person for reading it and it is not a hard read at all.Published on July 6, 2013 by ANITA GILLETTE