Comparison between Fromm's Humanistic Psychoanalysis and Erikson's Post Freudian Theory - 70271

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Fromm’s Humanistic Psychoanalysis differs from Erikson’s Post Freudian Theory mainly in that the former though initially deriving itself from Freudian Psychoanalysis, is today seen as an alternative theory to Freudian psychoanalysis whereas the latter is a continuation of Freudian psychoanalysis, though later digressing from much of Freud’s view of human development through sexual thoughts and acts, to some extent.

Fromm said that the human race has transgressed the pre-historic bonding with nature and also with one another that we feel lonely and isolated today for reasons unknown.  The presence and ability of rational thought and absence of animal instincts makes us uneasy which Fromm terms as “basic anxiety”. Our ability to reas

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