Fromm is a surname that may refer to:

Family name
Related names Frommer, Fromme, Fromhold, Frum
  • Eric Fromm (born 1958), a former tennis player from the United States
  • Erich Fromm (1900–1980), an internationally renowned German-American Jewish psychologist and humanistic philosopher
  • Frieda Fromm-Reichmann (born Frieda Reichmann, 1889–1957), psychoanalyst, doctor; the wife of Erich Fromm
  • Friedrich Fromm (1888–1945), German army officer
  • Julius Fromm (1883–1945), inventor of the seamless latex condom
  • Paul Fromm (1906–1987), Chicago-based wine merchant and musical patron, Jewish refugee from the Nazis
  • Pete Fromm, American novelist

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Other articles related to "fromm, fromms":

Completely (Christian Bautista Album) - Track Listing
... Title Writer(s) Length 1 "Everything You Do" Marc Anthony, Andrew Fromm, Keith Follese 2 ... "I Can Love You Easy" Fromm, Follese 3 ... "My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own ...
Selfism - Definition
... the blame predominately at the feet of Erik Erikson, Erich Fromm, and other prominent psychologists of the third quarter of the 20th century (ca ... Ayn Rand, and even among some of Rand's near-opposites, such as Erikson and Fromm ... capitalists"), but Seabury was a Christian, while Erickson and Fromm were prominent leftists ...
Fromm Institute For Lifelong Learning - Program
... The Fromm Institute offers some 75 courses annually, spread over fall, winter, and spring terms ... The Fromms established a sister program at Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 1979 ... After Hanna Fromm’s death in 2003, former program director Robert Fordham was named executive director ...
Paul Fromm
... Paul Fromm (September 28, 1906-July 4, 1987) was a Jewish Chicago wine merchant and performing arts patron through the Fromm Music Foundation ... The Organum for Paul Fromm was composed by John Harbison in his honor ...

Famous quotes containing the word fromm:

    We live in a world of things, and our only connection with them is that we know how to manipulate or to consume them.
    —Erich Fromm (1900–1980)

    Man may be defined as the animal that can say “I,” that can be aware of himself as a separate entity.
    —Erich Fromm (1900–1980)

    The same polarity of the male and female principle exists in nature; not only, as is obvious in animals and plants, but in the polarity of the two fundamental functions, that of receiving and penetrating. It is the polarity of earth and rain, of the river and the ocean, of night and day, of darkness and light, of matter and spirit.
    —Erich Fromm (1900–1980)