Greatness and limitations of Freud's thought

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New American Library, Jul 1, 1981 - Psychology - 147 pages
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Fromm's penetrating critique of Freud's contributions to modern thought enumerates his greatest discoveries while analyzing the ways in which these discoveries were narrowed and distorted by Freud's philosophical and personal premises

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The Greatness and Limitations of Freuds
21
Transference
36
Narcissism
42
Copyright

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Erich Fromm (1900-1980) emigrated from Germany in 1934 to the United States, where he held a private psychotherapeutic practice and taught at Columbia, Yale, and New York University. His many books include "The Art of Loving", "Escape from Freedom", "Man for Himself", and "The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness".

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