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    MARX'S CONCEPT OF MAN
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    Erich Fromm (1900-80) was not only a major psychoanalyst, social psychologist, and member of the Frankfurt School, but also a key exponent of twentieth century humanism. The rise of nationalism in Germany around the First and Second World Wars made him want to understand the irrationality of mass behaviour, leading him to find answers in the works of Freud and Marx. Fromm's other major books include the Art of Being, On Being Human and The Art of Listening.
    Marx's Concept of Man is Fromm's provocative view of Marx. It stresses his humanist philosophy and challenges both Soviet distortion and Western ignorance of Marx's early thought. The discovery of Marx’s Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts (which is included in this edition), together with Fromm’s interpretation established a new approach to Marx as a humanist and moralist, and served as a formative influence on the New Left. With a translation from Marx's Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts by T.B. Bottomore.
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    ISBN9780826477910
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    Peso230g
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    Tipo itemLivro Importado
    Número de páginas206
    Número da ediçãoNOVA EDICAO - 2005
    Código Interno221653
    Código de barras9780826477910
    AcabamentoPAPERBACK
    AutorFROMM, ERICH
    EditoraCONTINUUM
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