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On Fromm’s Theory of Human Nature

Author: ZhaoJing
Tutor: PanZhongWei
School: Zhengzhou University
Course: The philosophy of Marxism
Keywords: Fromm Human nature Disassimilation Save Reflection
CLC: B84-06
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2010
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Erich Fromm who is an American social philosopher, psychologist and ethicist, is an important representative personage of Frankfurt school of thought in the 20th century. Frankfurt school of thought about philosophy research of "human" holds the important status in the modern West, but as its main representative personage Fromm to be not allowed to neglect to the human nature research theory achievement to the entire westerner’s study research contribution. Fromm devoted his whole life on the "people" issues of concern for people concerned about human nature, human alienation, and human liberation. His human nature theory is founded on the basis of the Floyd’s psycho-analysis mediates Marx to form about in person’s theory foundation, simultaneously has also absorbed the Judea Christianity, the Buddhism zen and so on outstanding cultural thought essence, is his entire social philosophy theory core and the cornerstone. He receives Marx "person’s liberation" this grand concept and the philosophy subject, takes root to person’s attention in the real life, faces directly modern people’s survival circumstances, may say that "the human nature theory" is the Fromm thought theory core. The human nature theory’s basic connotation and so on three parts conducts system’s research and the elaboration to its human nature theory’s dialectical analysis, The attempt unearths its profound thought theory connotation, and in the dialectical analysis’s foundation, wants to show its sincere academic value and to the real life guiding sense.Fromm devotes to the capitalist economy society disease’s revelation and to the developed industry social person’s disassimilation root exploration, The goal is liberates the human from the disassimilation condition, re-establishes person’s in dependent status, realizes person’s free development truly. We must a more profound assurance and dialectical ethics morals which, the philosophy of life, the political philosophy develops in his human nature theory to contain and so on this complex and have the depth topic, unearths its profound connotation and in-depth theory and the practical significance.

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