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 Greed is a bottomless pit which exhausts the person in an endless effort to satisfy the need without ever reaching satisfaction.   -  Erich Fromm

Author: Erich Fromm
Born as: Erich Pinchas Fromm
Other Names: Erich Pinchas Fromm
b. 23 March 1900
d. 18 March 1980
Occupation: Psychoanalyst
Works: Selected Works: Escape from Freedom - US., Fear of Freedom - UK. - 1941 Man for himself, an inquiry into the psychology of ethics - 1947 Psychoanalysis and Religion - 1950 Forgotten language; an introduction to the understanding of dreams, fairy tales, and myths - 1951 The Sane Society - 1955 The Art of Loving - 1956 Sigmund Freud's mission; an analysis of his personality and influence - 1959 Psychoanalysis and Zen Buddhism - 1960 May Man Prevail? An inquiry into the facts and fictions of foreign policy - 1961 Marx's Concept of Man - 1961 Beyond the Chains of Illusion: my encounter with Marx and Freud - 1962 The Dogma of Christ and Other Essays on Religion, Psychology and Culture - 1963 The Heart of Man, its genius for good and evil - 1964 Socialist Humanism - 1965 You Shall Be as Gods: a radical interpretation of the Old Testament and its tradition - 1966 The Revolution of Hope, toward a humanized technology - 1968 The Nature of Man - 1968 The Crisis of Psychoanalysis - 1970 Social character in a Mexican village; a sociopsychoanalytic study - Fromm & Maccoby - 1970 The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness - 1973 To Have or to Be? - 1976 Greatness and Limitation of Freud's Thought - 1979 On Disobedience and other essays - 1984 The Art of Being - 1993 The Art of Listening - 1994 On Being Human - 1997.
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Notes: Fromm examined the life and work of Sigmund Freud at length. He identified a discrepancy between early and later Freudian theory: namely that prior to World War I, Freud described human drives as a tension between desire and repression, but after the war's conclusion, he framed human drives as a struggle between biologically-universal Life and Death - Eros and Thanatos - instincts. Fromm charged Freud and his followers with never acknowledging the contradictions between the two theories. He also criticized Freud's dualistic thinking. According to Fromm, Freudian descriptions of human consciousness as struggles between two poles was narrow and limiting. Fromm also condemned him as a misogynist unable to think outside the patriarchal milieu of early 20th century Vienna. However, Fromm expressed a great respect for Freud and his accomplishments, in spite of these failings.
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