Erich Fromm Quote

I believe that if an individual is not on the path to transcending his society and seeing in what way it furthers or impedes the development of human potential, he cannot enter into intimate contact with his humanity. If the tabus, restrictions, distorted values appear "natural" to him, this is a clear indication that he cannot have a real knowledge of human nature.
I believe that society, while having a function both stimulating and inhibiting at the same time, has always been in conflict with humanity. Only when the purpose of society is identified with that of humanity will society cease to paralyze man and encourage his dominance.


Credo (1965)

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I believe that if an individual is not on the path to transcending his society and seeing in what way it furthers or impedes the development of human ...

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I believe that if an individual is not on the path to transcending his society and seeing in what way it furthers or impedes the development of human ...

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I believe that if an individual is not on the path to transcending his society and seeing in what way it furthers or impedes the development of human ...