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Erich Fromm (1289)

Interests
Personality and social, philosophical and theoretical, psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and humanistic
Profession
Psychoanalyst and Social Philosopher
Nationality
German
Born
1900, Frankfurt, Germany
Died
1980, Locamo, Switzerland
Short Biography
Erich Seligmann Fromm (German: [fʀɔm]; March 23, 1900 – March 18, 1980) was a German social psychologist, psychoanalyst, sociologist, humanistic philosopher, and democratic socialist. He was associated with the Frankfurt School of critical theory. | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • DPhil University of Heidelberg, 1922
  • Diploma of a Professional Psychologist, 1952
Appointments & Honors
  • Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute, 1930-
  • Institute for Sozialforschung, Frankfurt and New York, 1930-8
  • New York Academy of Science, 1940-
  • Fellow, Washington School of Psychiatry, 1940-
  • Adjunct Professor of Psychology, New York University, 1962-76
  • Fellow, AAAS, 1977-
  • Hon. Citizen, Muralto, Switzerland, 1979
  • Nelly Sachs Prize of Dortmund, 1979
  • Goethe Medaille of Frankfurt, 1981
  • Editor, Mexican National Academy of Medicine
  • Washington Psychoanalytical Society
  • Revista di Psicoanalisis, Psiquiatria y Psicologia
  • Co-editor, Contemporary Psychoanalysis (New York) and many journals in psychoanalysis
Principal Publications
  • 1930 Die Entwicklung des Christusdogmas. In Imago. Wien.
  • 1932 Uber Method und Aufgabe einer analytischen Sozialpsychologie. Zeitschrift fur So:ialforschung, 1, 28-54.
  • 1932 Die psychoanalytische Charakterologie und ihre Bedeutung fiir Sozialpsychologie. Zeitschrift fur Sozialforschung, 1, 253-77.
  • 1934 Die sozialpsychologische Bedeutung der Mutterechtstheorie. Zeitschrift fur So:ialforschung, 3, 196-227.
  • 1936 Sozialpsychologischer Tei!. In Studien uber Autoritiit und Familie. Horkheimer.
  • 1941 Escape from Freedom. Farrar and Rinehart.
  • 1943 Sex and character. Psychiatry, 6, 21-31.
  • 1946 Psychoanalytic characterology and its application to the understanding of culture. In S. S. Sargent and M. W. Smith (eds), Culture and Personality.
  • 1947 Man for Himself. Rinehart.
  • 1955 The Sane Society. Rinehart and Winston.
  • 1955/6 The present human condition. American Scholar, 25, 29-35.
  • 1956 The Art of Loving. Harper and Row.
  • 1957 Man is not a thing. Saturday Review, 40, 9-11.
  • 1960 Psychoanalysis and Zen Buddhism. In D. T. Suzuki, E. Fromm and R. de Martino (eds), Zen Buddhism and Psychoanalysis.
  • 1968 Marx's contribution to the knowledge of man. Social Science Information, 7, 7-17.
  • 1970 The crisis of psychoanalysis. In E. Fromm (ed.), The Crisis of Psychoanalysis and other Essays on Freud, Marx and Social Psychology.
  • 1978 The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness. Holt, Rinehart and Winston.