Psychoanalysis as a form of Jewish Subversion

(Erich) Fromm learnt about psychoanalysis in the middle of the 1920s through another Orthodox Jewish institution. In 1924 the Jewish psychoanalyst Frieda Reichmann (who Fromm later went on to marry) had opened a private psychoanalytic sanatorium in Heidelberg. As Ernst Simon (a student in Heidelberg like Fromm and Lowenthal, a teacher at the free JewishContinue reading “Psychoanalysis as a form of Jewish Subversion”