Erich Fromm Quote

Man, the more he gains freedom in the sense of emerging from the original oneness with man and nature and the more he becomes an "individual," has no choice but to unite himself with the world in the spontaneity of love and productive work or else to seek a kind of security by such ties with the world as destroy his freedom and the integrity of his individual self.


The Fear of Freedom (ed. 1950)

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Man, the more he gains freedom in the sense of emerging from the original oneness with man and nature and the more he becomes an individual, has no...

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Man, the more he gains freedom in the sense of emerging from the original oneness with man and nature and the more he becomes an individual, has no...

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Man, the more he gains freedom in the sense of emerging from the original oneness with man and nature and the more he becomes an individual, has no...

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Man, the more he gains freedom in the sense of emerging from the original oneness with man and nature and the more he becomes an individual, has no...