Fromm


Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Fromm: ACANA

Fromm

 (frōm, frŏm), Erich 1900-1980.
German-born American psychoanalyst who emphasized the role of social conditioning in human behavior. His books include Escape from Freedom (1941) and The Art of Loving (1956).

Fromm

(frɒm)
n
(Biography) Erich (ˈɛrɪk). 1900–80, US psychologist and philosopher, born in Germany. His works include The Art of Loving (1956) and To Have and To Be (1976)

Fromm

(frɒm)

n.
Erich, 1900–80, U.S. psychoanalyst and author, born in Germany.
References in periodicals archive ?
He even helped dig Alabama from a 20-7, mid-third-quarter hole that formed after Georgias magical, 80-yard touchdown pass from Jake Fromm to Mecole Hardman, who seemed capable of running all the way to Athens to get under the thing, up the right sideline.
Caption: Claudia Saez-Fromm and Mark David Fromm of TOWN New Development have brought the Penthouse at 52 Wooster to market at $ 14.
Please be kind enough to let me know why Fromm is not on your list this year.
Noting that millennials are the largest population in the market today, marketers Fromm and Vidler describe how to market to those who have children.
The first chapter addresses the Weimar period and focuses primarily on Max Horkheimer, Friedrich Pollock, Leo Lowenthal, Erich Fromm, and Henryk Grossman, although it also contains interesting observations on Siegfried Kracauer and Gerschom Sholem.
Perhaps the main thesis of this work by Erich Fromm is that Marx was in reality a humanist, rather than a materialist whose only focus was on the practical achievement of a classless society, bereft of higher or even spiritual concerns.
Eric Fromm has received a lot of hugs on campus lately - at least once a day since he "came out" as an atheist last week in an article in his Christian university's online newspaper.
Para Erich Fromm, "el profeta olvidado", (1) quien dirigio el departamento de psicologia social del Institut fur Sozialforschung, cualquier concepcion antropologica corria el riesgo de desautorizarse por su inevitable talante metafisico, al considerar al ser humano como ente fijo e intemporal.
Minister of Social Development of Kyrgyzstan Kudaibergen Bazarbaev met with the director of non-governmental organization European House (Det Europaeiske Hus, Denmark) Lisa Fromm and president of the Association of Social Workers Vera Usenova on June 5, the press service of the Ministry said on June 6.
Erich Fromm (1900-1980) crecio en Francfort, en el seno de una familia judia que seguia estrictamente los preceptos de la religion de esa cultura.
In addressing Erich Fromm's role in the early Institute, Bronner objects to the dismissive attitude of some critical theorists towards Fromm's work but does not defend Fromm as compellingly as in Of Critical Theory and Its Theorists (1994).
Recently, nevertheless, paralleling the swing back from cultural relativism, psychoanalysts, sociologists and social philosophers such as Fromm (1), Lynd (2), Russell (3), and others, have attempted--as Thomas and Znaniecki (4) did--to set down, in social science terms, what the cravings of the human personality are.