The Issues of Alienation in the Philosophy of Erich Fromm

Asatulloyev Inomjon

Abstract


This article analyzes the issues of alienation in the philosophy of Erich Fromm. The development of capitalism has changed the political, economic, and spiritual relationships in the society, and depression, misery, helplessness and solidarity are increasing in people. The philosopher has shown the causes of separation and alienation from the society and ways to get rid of it.

Keywords


Liberty; Capitalism, Alienation; Loneliness; Depression; Special people; Beliefs; Religion; Society; Social relations

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11103

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