The twentieth century was defined by far-reaching social changes, and this fresh insight into the life and works of Erich Fromm offers a compelling overview of his observations. Fromm's views on personal relationships, therapy, and his critique of society were closely tied to his astute analysis of the changes he witnessed and made him into a highly influential social and political commentator. In this absorbing introduction, Thomson considers how Fromm's early experiences influenced his enquiry into the human condition and examines what relevance his ideas still hold for students and readers today.
|Publication date:||4th September 2009|
|Author:||Dr. Annette Thomson|
|Publisher:||Palgrave an imprint of Palgrave Macmillan|
|Categories:||Psychological theory & schools of thought,|
ANNETTE THOMSON teaches psychology and sociology for the Open University, the University of the West of Scotland and the University of Glasgow in Dumfries, UK. Her research interests cover a variety of topics in social and developmental psychology.More About Dr. Annette Thomson