Erich Fromm was born on March 23, 1900, in Germany at Frankfurt am Main. All his life, he was engaged in social psychology, psychoanalysis, sociology, humanistic philosophy, and democratic socialism. Erich Fromm studied at the University in 1918 at Frankfurt am Main, where learned jurisprudence. Later, Erich Fromm in 1919 began studying sociology and psychiatrist-philosophy. In 1927 Erich Fromm began his own clinical practice. After that, in 1930 he studied at the Frankfurt Institute for Social Research. Without stopping on reached, Erich Fromm continued to improve his skills in teaching and publications about the basic concepts of psychology, sociology, and analysts.
In 1934, when Erich Fromm moved to New York, he was inviting to a Neo-Freudian school. In 1949, Erich Fromm became a professor and he established section about psychoanalytic at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. In 1974 he moved from Mexico City to Muralto, Switzerland, and died at his home in 1980. Unfortunately, it was five days before his eightieth birthday. During all his life, Erich Fromm engaged his own clinical practice and published a lot of books.
In his written books, Erich Fromm attached great value to the human needs of the community. He argued that any social system complicates human activity, increasing the number of psychological and social conflicts. In the written work of "Escape from Freedom", he described the correlation of freedom from the middle ages to modern times. His book The Anatomy of human destructiveness provides an opportunity to think of the relationship between death and the variability that occurs due to the lack of true existence and individuality. Also, Erich Fromm analyzed opinions, tendencies, modernization, and used psychoanalytic methods in each work. Erich Fromm often analyzed Freudian and Marxist thought, psychoanalysis, and religion.
Erich Fromm described in his writings the concept of philosophical humanism. He was interested in the theories and facts of human life, studying human evolution to various physical and intellectual ways. Erich Fromm learned to preserve the spirit of man while teaching sociology, psychology, and psychoanalysis. As witnessed two world wars, Erich Fromm discussed the implications of modern technologies and military strategies. Two wars have influenced the flow of thoughts on human existence.
Erich Fromm was born on March 23, 1900, in Germany at Frankfurt am Main. All his life, he was engaged in social psychology, psychoanalysis, sociology, humanistic philosophy, and democratic socialism. Erich Fromm studied at the University in 1918 at Frankfurt am Main, where learned jurisprudence. Later, Erich Fromm in 1919 began studying sociology and psychiatrist-philosophy.