Erich Fromm’s Social Psychology: A Review with a Jungian Critique

In this paper I discuss the nature of Erich Fromm’s humanistically based social psychology, consider its clinical applications, and make a Jungian critique. Fromm is primarily concerned with humankind’s tendency to escape from positive freedom and directing people towards independence by way of what he refers to as the productive orientation, which is through active loving and penetrating thought.

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