This Day in Jewish History 1900: A Psychoanalyst Who Couldn’t Understand War Is Born

Erich Fromm asked, ‘How is it possible that men stand in trenches for years and live like animals – and for what?’

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March 23, 1900 is the birthdate of the Jewish scholar and psychoanalyst Erich Fromm, who gave up the religious obligations of the Orthodox Judaism of his youth for the study of the psychology of love – and...