Quote from Erich Fromm
What is freedom as a human experience? Is the desire for...
Take Erich Fromm's quote in your social network
What is freedom as a human experience? Is the desire for freedom something inherent in human nature? Is it an identical experience regardless of what kind of culture a person lives in, or is it something different according to the degree of individualism reached in a particular society? Is freedom only the absence of external pressure or is it also the presence of something—and if so, of what? What are the social and economic factors in society that make for the striving for freedom? Can freedom become a burden, too heavy for man to bear, something he tries to escape from? Why then is it that freedom is for many a cherished goal and for others a threat?
Find a book with this quote
We do not have information about which book this quotation is from. But you can search all books written by Erich Fromm on the site of our partners.
May need signup required to download or reading online book. The following e-book formats are available for download: EPUB, PDF, FB2, FB3 and (perhaps) MOBI.
Would you like more quotes from this author? Read all quotes from Erich Fromm on our website.