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analysis of the writings of Erich Fromm and their implications for adult education. by Clarence Joseph Sahlin

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Published by Xerox University Microfilms in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

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  • Fromm, Erich, -- 1900-1980.

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Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in the Graduate School, Indiana University, March, 1970.

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Open LibraryOL21684419M

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The opposite of education is manipulation, which is based on the absence of faith in the growth of potentialities and the connection that a child will be right only if the adults put into him what is desirable and suppress what seems to be undesirable.” ― Erich Fromm, The Art of Loving. Erich Fromm 8, words, approx. 30 pages Because of the interdisciplinary nature of his work and because he acquired a large and diverse audience for his writings. Psychoanalysis and Religion is a 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.. Forward. In the forward to the first edition, Fromm explains that Psychoanalysis and Religion is a continuation of the thoughts he expressed in his book Man for Himself. Erich Fromm was born in in Frankfurt, Germany. His father was a business man and, according to Erich, rather moody. His mother was frequently depressed. In other words, like quite a few of the people we've looked at, his childhood wasn't very happy. Like Jung, Erich came from a very religious family, in his case orthodox Jews.

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