The Dogma of Christ
Macmillan, 1963 - 212 ページ
In the title essay, Erich Fromm uses the tools of psychoanalysis to examine the development of the dogma of Christ in the context of social history. The remaining essays examine psychological and cultural problems with keen insight and humanistic sympathies.
レビュー - レビューを書く
The Present Human Condition
PsychoanalysisScience or Party Line?
The Revolutionary Character
Medicine and the Ethical Problem of Modern Man
On the Limitations and Dangers of Psychology
他の版 - すべて表示
adoptionist alienation attitude authoritarian authority became become believe century character structure characterological differences Chris Christ christology Church common concept concerned critical mood culture death dependent disobedience divine doctrine dogma early Christian economic emperor eschatological ethics exist experience expression fact faith fantasy father father-god feel Ferenczi freedom function Gnosticism God the Father Harnack hatred Homoousian hostility human idea idols impulses independence individual infantile Isaac Babel Jesus Jewish Jones kingdom knowledge live man's masses means Meister Eckhart ment messiah method monarchian Montanism mother movement myth nature neurosis neurotic obedience oppressed person Pharisees political problem production proletariat prophetic psychic situation psychoanalysis reality Reik relation religion religious result revolution revolutionary character rich role Roman Empire rulers satisfaction sense sexes sexual Sigmund Freud significance social psychology society suffering Jesus tendencies thing tianity tion tradition transformation unconscious understand wish woman women