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Speaking of assumptions, this is another part in which I have problems with. He makes all these assumptions about the various characteristics of various "loves" but I can think of so many counter-examples to prove him wrong.

Erich Fromm - L'arte di amare

One assumption he has is the instinct of the mother to her offspring, and how that is the defining factor in motherly love. He claims that mothers by virtue of giving birth of her child, are predisposed to love her child unconditionally.

I believe the contrary.

I think I can re-explain every phenomenon he tackles with a simpler rule, without resorting to various other assumptions, and that is by claiming that "love" as we know it is simply a matter of constraint satisfaction and selfishness. We show love to a target because we need something from the target: whether it be one's child, one's brother, one's sexual partner, or one's God. If the need goes away, then we stop showing love. Thus, in the case of motherly love, when there is another need that is present in the mother, that runs counter to the need pertaining to the infant, then the mother will sooner or later give up the child for adoption, abandoning the infant in one way or another.

If motherly love were instinctive, then we won't actually be witness to the grave number of orphanages around the world. Another assumption he makes is the centrality of the male-female opposition.

He claims that these two poles are necessary for real erotic love to happen. By implication, he explicitly claims that homosexuals are incapable of love. I tend to disagree. Personally, I believe that humans can be post-gendered and has the ability to be attracted to another person, regardless of the other person's gender, if one's constraints are set up that way.

Thus, gender variation for me is just a matter of constraint setting. I do not like the fact that Fromm categorically eliminates the ability to love from non-heterosexual people. Perhaps it is just the sign of the times he was living in the book was published in , and important studies by Alfred Kinsey and Evelyn Hooker were not around yet.

As of , homosexuality was still listed as a mental illness according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, and wasn't removed from the list until Alfred Kinsey published two seminal volumes on sexual behavior of the human male and female, and Evelyn Hooker did several series of experiments providing evidence that self-identified homosexuals were no worse in social adjustment than the general population.

I actually found her experiments rather neat, where she took two groups of samples: homosexuals and heterosexuals. She then asked other specialists to determine whether there is a significant difference between the two samples based on their test performance.

In all tests, the specialists' ability to differentiate was no better than chance, suggesting that there are no significant differences between homosexuals and heterosexuals when it comes to social performance. Fromm also has a section on love of God. Again, I can explain this by selfishness. This can be seen by the various differing assumptions that he makes regarding the different types of love.

Speaking of assumptions, this is another part in which I have problems with.

He makes all these assumptions about the various characteristics of various "loves" but I can think of so many counter-examples to prove him wrong. One assumption he has is the instinct of the mother to her offspring, and how that is the defining factor in motherly love.

He claims that mothers by virtue of giving birth of her child, are predisposed to love her child unconditionally. I believe the contrary.

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I think I can re-explain every phenomenon he tackles with a simpler rule, without resorting to various other assumptions, and that is by claiming that "love" as we know it is simply a matter of constraint satisfaction and selfishness.

We show love to a target because we need something from the target: whether it be one's child, one's brother, one's sexual partner, or one's God.

If the need goes away, then we stop showing love. Thus, in the case of motherly love, when there is another need that is present in the mother, that runs counter to the need pertaining to the infant, then the mother will sooner or later give up the child for adoption, abandoning the infant in one way or another.

If motherly love were instinctive, then we won't actually be witness to the grave number of orphanages around the world. Another assumption he makes is the centrality of the male-female opposition.

He claims that these two poles are necessary for real erotic love to happen. By implication, he explicitly claims that homosexuals are incapable of love. I tend to disagree.

Personally, I believe that humans can be post-gendered and has the ability to be attracted to another person, regardless of the other person's gender, if one's constraints are set up that way.

Thus, gender variation for me is just a matter of constraint setting. I do not like the fact that Fromm categorically eliminates the ability to love from non-heterosexual people. Perhaps it is just the sign of the times he was living in the book was published in , and important studies by Alfred Kinsey and Evelyn Hooker were not around yet. As of , homosexuality was still listed as a mental illness according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, and wasn't removed from the list until Alfred Kinsey published two seminal volumes on sexual behavior of the human male and female, and Evelyn Hooker did several series of experiments providing evidence that self-identified homosexuals were no worse in social adjustment than the general population.

I actually found her experiments rather neat, where she took two groups of samples: homosexuals and heterosexuals. She then asked other specialists to determine whether there is a significant difference between the two samples based on their test performance.

In all tests, the specialists' ability to differentiate was no better than chance, suggesting that there are no significant differences between homosexuals and heterosexuals when it comes to social performance. Fromm also has a section on love of God. This book is part of a broad study concerning the character structure of modern. The thesis of this book that modern man, freed from the bonds of.

Erich Fromm - L'arte di amare

Erich Fromm was born on March 23, , at Frankfurt am Main, the only child of. Taken together, these books outlined Fromms theory of human character. The Art of Loving is a book by psychanalyst and social philosopher Erich Fromm, which was published as part of the World Perspectives Series edited by.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. You can read this book with iBooks on your iPhone, iPad. Print page PDF page Email page.He claims that mothers by virtue of giving birth of her child, are predisposed to love her child unconditionally.

Lewis actually has a book discussing the Four Loves as seen in Christianity. I am giving it 0. Print page PDF page Email page.

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Someone close to me made me aware that this book existed, and so out of curiosity, I decided to borrow the book from the library and read it.