The forgotten language of love

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The forgotten language of love

He started his academic studies in at the University of Frankfurt am Main with two semesters of jurisprudence. During the summer semester ofFromm studied at the University of Heidelbergwhere he began studying sociology under Alfred Weber brother of the better known sociologist Max Weberpsychiatrist-philosopher Karl Jaspersand Heinrich Rickert.

The forgotten language of love

Fromm received his PhD in sociology from Heidelberg in During the mids, he trained to become a psychoanalyst through Frieda Reichmann 's psychoanalytic sanatorium in Heidelberg.

They married inbut separated shortly after and divorced in He began his own clinical practice in In he joined the Frankfurt Institute for Social Research and completed his psychoanalytical training.

Horney and Fromm each had a marked influence on the other's thought, with Horney illuminating some aspects of psychoanalysis for Fromm and the latter elucidating sociology for Horney. Their relationship ended in the late s. Meanwhile, he taught as a professor of psychology at Michigan State University from to and as an adjunct professor of psychology at the graduate division of Arts and Sciences at New York University after In he moved from Mexico City to MuraltoSwitzerland, and died at his home infive days before his eightieth birthday.

All the while, Fromm maintained his own clinical practice and published a series of books. Fromm was reportedly an atheist [3] but described his position as "nontheistic mysticism". Indeed, Escape from Freedom is viewed as one of the founding works of political psychology.

The forgotten language of love

His second important work, Man for Himself: An Inquiry into the Psychology of Ethics, first published incontinued and enriched the ideas of Escape from Freedom. Taken together, these books outlined Fromm's theory of human character, which was a natural outgrowth of Fromm's theory of human nature.

Fromm's most popular book was The Art of Lovingan international bestseller first published inwhich recapitulated and complemented the theoretical principles of human nature found in Escape from Freedom and Man for Himself—principles which were revisited in many of Fromm's other major works.

Central to Fromm's world view was his interpretation of the Talmud and Hasidism. He began studying Talmud as a young man under Rabbi J. Fromm's grandfather and two great grandfathers on his father's side were rabbisand a great uncle on his mother's side was a noted Talmudic scholar.

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