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Man for himself, an inquiry into the psychology of ethics.

Author: Erich Fromm
Publisher: New York, Rinehart [1947]
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Fromm, Erich, 1900-1980.
Man for himself.
New York, Rinehart [1947]
(OCoLC)610215308
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Erich Fromm
OCLC Number: 268056
Description: xiv, 254 pages 22 cm
Contents: The problem --
Humanistic ethics: The applied science of the art of living --
Humanistic vs. Authoritarian ethics --
Subjectivistic vs. objectivistic ethics --
The science of man --
The tradition of humanistic ethics --
Ethics and psychoanalysis --
Humanistic ethics: the applied science of the art of living --
Human nature and character --
The human situation --
Man's biological weakness --
The existential and the historical dichotomies in man --
Personality --
Temperament --
Character --
the dynamic concept of character --
Types of character: the nonproductive orientations --
The receptive orientation --
The exploitative orientation --
The hoarding orientation --
The marketing orientation --
The productive orientation --
General characteristics --
productive love and thinking --
Orientations in the process of socialization --
Blends of various orientations. Problems of humanistic ethics --
Selfishness, self-love, and self-interest --
Conscience, man's recall to himself --
authoritarian conscience --
Humanistic conscience --
Pleasure and happiness --
Pleasure as a criterion of value --
Types of pleasure --
Faith as a character trait --
The moral powers in man --
Man, good or evil? --
Repression vs productiveness --
Character and moral judgment --
Absolute vs relative, universal vs. socially immanent ethics --
The moral problem of today.

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