By Erich Fromm
En este libro, Fromm analiza los angeles situacion del hombre en los angeles moderna sociedad commercial y los angeles paradojica nocion de libertad/esclavitud que se produce al liberarse de los vinculos de l. a. sociedad tradicional, cayendo preso de las nuevas trampas del consumo y los angeles estandarizacion cultural. De permanente actualidad, los ensayos de Erich Fromm son un referente del humanismo cultural del que han disfrutado innumerables generaciones de lectores.
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E. e. improved funding for inner-city schools). 30 This new debate on affirmative action in the US remains unresolved, to say the least, but at least it is the right kind of debate. It focuses, not on slogans about a colour-blind constitution, but on how particular educational or employment institutions do or do not disadvantage the members of particular groups, and on how proposed group-specific policies would or would not remedy that problem. And while the result of the debate may be to trim or amend existing affirmative action programs, it is unlikely that the result will be to eliminate all forms of race-conscious policies.
E. as something which people should be free to pursue in their private life, but which is not the concern of the state (so long as they respect the rights of others). Just as liberalism precludes the establishment of an official religion, so too there cannot be official cultures that have preferred status over other possible cultural allegiances. For example, Michael Walzer argues that liberalism involves a 'sharp divorce of state and ethnicity'. 1 also argue that most of the minority rights sought by ethnocultural groups within Western democracies fall into the external protection category.
For example, standardized public education in a common language has often been seen as essential if all citizens are to have equal opportunity to work in the modern economy. Indeed, equal opportunity is denned precisely in terms of equal access to mainstream institutions operating in dominant language. Also, participation in a common societal culture has often been seen as essential for generating the sort of solidarity required by a welfare state, since it promotes a sense of common identity and membership.