Erich Fromm - Bibliography - Later Works in English

Later Works in English

  • Escape from Freedom (US), The Fear of Freedom (UK) (1941) ISBN 978-0-8050-3149-2
  • Man for himself, an inquiry into the psychology of ethics (1947) ISBN 978-0-8050-1403-7
  • Psychoanalysis and Religion (1950) ISBN 978-0-300-00089-4
  • The Forgotten Language; an introduction to the understanding of dreams, fairy tales, and myths (1951) ISBN 978-0-03-018436-9
  • The Sane Society (1955) ISBN 978-0-415-60586-1
  • The Art of Loving (1956) ISBN 978-0-06-112973-5
  • Sigmund Freud's mission; an analysis of his personality and influence (1959)
  • Zen Buddhism and Psychoanalysis (1960) ISBN 978-0-285-64747-3
  • May Man Prevail? An inquiry into the facts and fictions of foreign policy (1961) ISBN 978-0-385-00035-2
  • Marx's Concept of Man (1961) ISBN 978-0-8264-7791-0
  • Beyond the Chains of Illusion: my encounter with Marx and Freud (1962) ISBN 978-0-8264-1897-5
  • The Dogma of Christ and Other Essays on Religion, Psychology and Culture (1963) ISBN 978-0-415-28999-3
  • The Heart of Man, its genius for good and evil (1964) ISBN 978-0-06-090795-2
  • Socialist Humanism (1965)
  • You Shall Be as Gods: a radical interpretation of the Old Testament and its tradition (1966) ISBN 978-0-8050-1605-5
  • The Revolution of Hope, toward a humanized technology (1968) ISBN 978-1-59056-183-6
  • The Nature of Man (1968) ISBN 978-0-86562-082-7
  • The Crisis of Psychoanalysis (1970) ISBN 978-0-449-30792-2
  • Social character in a Mexican village; a sociopsychoanalytic study (Fromm & Maccoby) (1970) ISBN 978-1-56000-876-7
  • The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness (1973) ISBN 978-0-8050-1604-8
  • To Have or to Be? (1976) ISBN 978-0-8050-1604-8
  • Greatness and Limitation of Freud's Thought (1979) ISBN 978-0-06-011389-6
  • On Disobedience and other essays (1981) ISBN 978-0-8164-0500-8
  • The Art of Being (1993) ISBN 978-0-8264-0673-6
  • The Art of Listening (1994) ISBN 978-0-8264-1132-7
  • On Being Human (1997) ISBN 978-0-8264-1005-4

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