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(3.) Erich Fromm, Escape From Freedom (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1941), p. 144. In a rather unclear line of thought, Fromm declares that the prophet's words, "Though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be white as snow" (Isaiah 1:18), illustrate the antithesis of "authoritarian philosophy" (Escape From Freedom, p. 1 71).Just how this is true he does not really say.

(4.) Erich Fromm, You Shall Be As Gods (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1966), p. 70.

(5.) You Shall Be As Gods, p.53.

(6.) Erich From, The Forgotten Language: An Introduction to the Understanding of Dreams, Fairy Tales, and Myths (New York: Rinehart and Co., 1951), p. 22.

(7.) Erich From, Man For Himself (New York: Rinehart and Co., 1947), p. 99.

(8.) Erich From, The Heart of Man: Its Genius For Good and Evil (New York: Harper and Row, 1964), p.41.

(9.) Man For Himself p. 106.

(10.) Erich From, The Revolution of Hope (New York: Harper and Row, 1968), p. 13.

(11.) Man For Himself p. 199.

(12.) You Shall Be As Gods, p. p. 154n.

(13.) See Erich Fromm, The Sane Society (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1955), pp. 33--34; Man For Himself p. 100. Actually, ahabah denotes covenantal love. Other philological observations made by Fromm can be found in The Dogma of Christ and Other Essays on Religion, Psychology and Culture (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1963), p.195; Beyond the Chains of Illusion, p. 116; and You Shall Be As Gods, p. 192.

(14.) Erich Fromm, The Art of Loving (New York: Harper and Row, 1956), pp. 49ff.

(15.) Man For Himself p. 225.

(16.) You Shall Be As Gods, pp. 225ff.

(17.) The Sane Society, p. 53.

(18.) John H. Schaar, Escape From Authority: The Perspectives of Erich Fromm (New York: Basic Books, 1961), p. 47.

(19.) The Forgotten Language, p. 196.

(20.) The Forgotten Language, p. 249.

(21.) See J. Stanley Glenn, Erich Fromm: A Protestant Critique (New York: Westminster Press, 1966), p. 23.

(22.) See Beyond the Chains, p. 156, and "Psychoanalysis and Zen Buddhism," in Zen Buddhism and Psychoanalysis, edited by D. Suzuki, Erich Fromm, and Richard De Martino (New York: Harper and Row, 1960), p. 129.

(23.) Schaar, p. 262.

(24.) You Shall Be As Gods, p. 7.

(25.) The Revolution of Hope, p. 49.

(26.) You Shall Be As Gods, p. 153.

(27.) Erich Fromm, Psychoanalysis and Religion (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1950), p. 50; and Fromm, Marx's Concept of Man (New York: Frederick Ungar, 1969), p. 44.

(28.) Beyond the Chains, p. 155.

(29.) Erich Fromm, Sigmund Freud's Mission (New York: Grove Press, 1959), p. 63.

(30.) Marthe Robert, From Oedipus to Moses: Freud 's Jewish Identity, translated by Ralph Mannheim (New York: Anchor, 1976), pp. 97-98, 107, 154.

(31.) Anthony J. DeLuca, Freud and Future Religious Experience (Totowa, NJ: Littlefield, Adams, 1977), p. 230.

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