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An essay on The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness by Erich Fromm Amount of pages 478 The book goes on in explaining the ways of aggression and how it reaches into man Citing aggressive examples in the behavior of necrophilics and Hitler The author goes into the early life of Hitler and his parents How it had effect on what he became and his destructive way of life He was a man that laid half way between reality and his fantasy He had played war games up until the age of sixteen and after that he commanded his army like they had been a game Taking risks with soldiers as well as ignoring precise information that would have been critical to his plans and also the ignorance of British and US tolerance He was a psychotic man who is a very good example of how far a man with destructive purpose can rise Trying to explain aggressive behavior there is focus on a core issue instincts Going through animal behavior and comparing it with human behavior and how similar our instincts are There is also focus on examining primitive tribes The object of these findings were to find out how warlike the tribes are In the hunting-gatherers tribes war is not as popular and profitable as in modern society Two reasons for this is that these tribes dont have most valuable items and there is no shared type of currency to take In these tribes war was infrequent and not lead by permanent leaders As opposed by modern days What also differs is the conquest to kill as many of the enemy as possible Aggression is ruled into several categories such as Benign aggression which is one of a defensive type and malignant aggression which actually roots into other conditions Premises necrophilia cruelty and destruction The joy of destruction and abuse of it Destructiveness rest not only in acts but as worships There is
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