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Fromm, Erich - The Dogma of Christ and Other Essays on Religion, Psychology and Culture

Fromm, Erich - The Dogma of Christ and Other Essays on Religion, Psychology and Culture

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Book of essays published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston in 1955.

CONTENTS
1. The Dogma of Christ
2. The Present Human Condition
3. Sex and Character
4. Psychoanalysis Science or Party Line?
5. The Revolutionary Character
6. Medicine and the Ethical Problem of Modern Man
7. On the Limitations and Dangers of Psychology
8. The Prophetic Concept of Peace
Book of essays published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston in 1955.

CONTENTS
1. The Dogma of Christ
2. The Present Human Condition
3. Sex and Character
4. Psychoanalysis Science or Party Line?
5. The Revolutionary Character
6. Medicine and the Ethical Problem of Modern Man
7. On the Limitations and Dangers of Psychology
8. The Prophetic Concept of Peace

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Culture
Erich
Fromrn
For
all
those
alive
to
the
discoveries
of
modern
psychology,
a
new
book
by
the
author
of
Escape
from
Freedom,
The
Sane
Society,
The
Forgotten
Lan-
guage,
Man
for
Himself,
Psychoanal-
ysis
and
Religion,
and
The
Art
of
Lov-
ing
is
a
major
event.
The
Dogma
of
Christ
and
Other
Essays
on
Religinn.
Psychology
and
Culture
can
only
in-
crease
the
impact
of
Dr.
Fromm's
work.
The
long
title
essay,
whichcomprises
almost
half
of
the
book,
has
often
been
cited
asgerminal
to
the
contemporary
discussion
of
religion
and
psychology;
it
now
appears
in
English
for
the
first
time
in
a
careful
translation
by
James
Luther
Adams.
Fromm
approaches
the
dogma
of
Christ
by
way
of
a
discrim-
inating
use
of
the
insights
provided
by
psychoanalysis
and
social
history.
Much
of
the
experience
of
early
Chris-
tianity,
with
its
emphasis
on
the
role
of
the
son,
is
understood
in
terms
of
the
revolutionary
stirrings
of
long-op-
pressed
social
groups
that
had
every
reason
to
displace
the
authority
of
the
Empire
that
had
become
a
tyrannical
paternalism.
Through
a
tracing
of
the
historical
development
of
Christianity
up
to
the
time
when
it
became
the
official
religion
of
the
Empire,
Fr^mr^
interprets
the
ultimate
dogmatic
defi-
nition
of
a
man
made
God
as
a
re-
emphasis
of
the
authority
of
the
father
and
the
vindication
of
psychoanalytic
theory.
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