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Examples of "erich_fromm"
Erich Fromm, The Art of Loving, Bantom Books, 1963.
The Erich Fromm Society (Erich-Fromm-Gesellschaft) elects a five-person jury, which decides on the prize winner. Its decision is made by simple majority and is not influenced by the Society, but it has to respect applications and recommendations.
Erich Fromm, D.T. Suzuki, Richard De Martino, Zen Buddhism and Psychoanalysis, Harper Collins, 1970.
Psychoanalyst Erich Fromm criticized "On Aggression" in his book "The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness".
3. A criticism on The Art of Loving by Erich Fromm, published in Pishgam Magazine, 1976.
A similar expression "Homo Consumens" was used by Erich Fromm in "Socialist Humanism" , written in 1965.
His "Erich Fromm and Critical Criminology" (coedited with Richard Quinney) won the International Erich Fromm Prize from the International Erich Fromm Society in Tübingen, Germany in 2000. More recently, his book "Marx at the Margins" won Paul Sweezy Book Award from the Marxist Section of the American Sociological Association in 2011. In addition, his "Foucault and the Iranian Revolution" co-authored with Janet Afary was awarded with the Latifeh Yarshater Award for the Best Book in Iranian Women’s Studies in 2006.
Erich Fromm questioned this organization and finds that the psychoanalytic association is "organized according to standards rather dictatorial".
Erich Fromm, once a member of the Frankfurt School, left the group at the end of the 1930s.
The Erich-Fromm-Preis is a German prize bestowed upon people who have advanced Humanism through their scientific, social, sociopolitical or journalistic engagement. The prize is named after Erich Fromm, a Jewish German-American philosopher, psychoanalyst and psychologist. The price is conferred yearly since 1995, and since 2006, it is endowed with 10'000 €.
Erich Fromm collaborated with D. T. Suzuki in an 1957 workshop on "Zen Buddhism and Psychoanalysis"; wrote the foreword to a 1986 anthology of Nyanaponika Thera's essays.
The psychologist and philosopher Erich Fromm wrote about the psychological motivation behind political ideology, starting with "The Fear of Freedom" in 1941.
The company published over 2,000 titles, including many reference books. Translations of Thomas Mann and Erich Fromm assisted in making those works more popular in the United States.
Some modern psychologists and theologians have made reference to Bucke’s work. They include Erich Fromm, Robert S. de Ropp, and Abraham Maslow.
To Have or to Be? is a 1976 book by psychoanalyst Erich Fromm, in which he differentiates between having and being.
On Disobedience and Other Essays is a 1981 book by psychoanalyst Erich Fromm, published by Harper & Row. It is a collection of four previously published essays.
As Erich Fromm, the renowned psychologist, has pointed out in a study that he conducted with Michael Maccoby of the NPH organization:
Self-Love was first recognized in 1563 but was only later studied by philosophers William James and Erich Fromm who studied emotional human behaviour such as self-esteem and self-worth.
However, it was later defined in 1956 by psychologist and social philosopher Erich Fromm proposed that loving oneself is different from being arrogant, conceited, or egocentric, meaning instead caring about oneself and taking responsibility for oneself.
Psychoanalysis and Religion is a 1950 book by social psychologist and psychoanalyst Erich Fromm, in which he attempts to explain the purpose and goals of psychoanalysis in relation to ethics and religion.