exploitative orientation

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In neo-Freudian theory, a term used by the German-born US psychoanalyst Erich Fromm (1900–80) to denote a character type who tries to take things from others by force and cunning, an extreme example being a person with kleptomania. Compare hoarding orientation, marketing orientation, productive orientation, receptive orientation.

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