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Fromm, Erich

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Pronunciation: /frɒm
 
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  • (1900–80), German-born American psychoanalyst and social philosopher. His works, which include Escape from Freedom (1941), Man for Himself (1947), and The Sane Society (1955), emphasize the role of culture in neurosis and strongly criticize materialist values.

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