Erich Fromm Prize

German humanism prize

The Erich Fromm Prize (German: Erich-Fromm-Preis) is a German prize bestowed upon people who have advanced Humanism through their scientific, social, sociopolitical or journalistic engagement. The prize is named after Erich Fromm, a Jewish German-American philosopher, psychoanalyst and psychologist. The prize is conferred yearly since 1995, and since 2006, it is endowed with 10,000 €.The Erich Fromm Society (Erich-Fromm-Gesellschaft) elects a five-person jury, which decides on the prize winner. Its decision is made by simple majority and is not influenced by the Society, but it has to respect applications and recommendations.
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