Erich Fromm

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Ерих Фром, Irīk Frūm, Ai-lo-kʻo Fu-lo-mu, and 51 others Erih From, ერიხ ფრომი, Э Фромм, エーリヒ・フロム, Irīsh Frūm, 埃 弗洛姆, أريك فروم،, Ericus Fromm, Ērihs Fromms, Erič Firom, 에릭 프롬, എറിക് ഫ്രോം, E. Fromm, Ė. Fromas, Erih Fromm, E lig Peu lom, فروم، إيريش،, إريك فروم،, Erix Fomm, Irīš Frūm, Erik From, Erikh Fromm, فروم، اريك, אריך פרום, .. Fromm, Erich Fromm, اریش فروم, Έριχ Φρομ, Էրիխ Ֆրոմմ, Ėrich Fromm, فروم، اريش, Ērihhi Furomu, إريك فروم, Ėrih Fromm, อีริค ฟรอมม์, Irīš Firum, Zrich Fromm, Эрих Фромм, Erich From, Фромм, Erikh From, エーリッヒ フロム, فروم، إريش،, Еріх Фромм, Эрых Фром, 埃里希·弗罗姆, 에리히 프롬, E フロム, אריך בן נפתלי פרום, Fromm, Erihi Pʻŭrom
March 23, 1900
March 18, 1980

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Erich Seligmann Fromm (; German: [fʁɔm]; March 23, 1900 – March 18, 1980) was a German social psychologist, psychoanalyst, sociologist, humanistic philosopher, and democratic socialist. He was a German Jew who fled the Nazi regime and settled in the US. He was one of the founders of The William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis and Psychology in New York City and was associated with the Frankfurt School of critical theory.

Books by Erich Fromm