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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).
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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)
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Fromm

(frɒm)

n.
Erich, 1900–80, U.S. psychoanalyst and author, born in Germany.
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