The Art of Listening
The Art of Listening is a 1994 book on psychology by psychoanalyst Erich Fromm. In this work, Fromm elucidates his therapeutic method of dealing with the psychological sufferings of people in contemporary society. Fromm's work contains a great deal of clinical reflections of the psychoanalyst. In The Art of Listening, Fromm studies the communication between analyst and analysand in which the analyst offers himself as a human being specially trained in the "art of listening." The art of therapy is the art of listening.
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In The Art of Listening, Fromm suggests that a person's character orientation results from socialization into shared psychic attitudes of a particular society.
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