Reich in his mid-20s
|Pronunciation||English //; German [Ê€aÉªÃ§]|
24 March 1897|
Dobzau, Austria-Hungary (now Ukraine)
|Died||3 November 1957 (aged 60)
United States Penitentiary, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, United States
|Cause of death||Heart failure|
|Resting place||Orgonon, Rangeley, Maine, United States
|Education||M.D. (1922), University of Vienna|
|Institutions||Vienna City Hospital; Vienna Ambulatorium; University of Oslo; The New School, New York|
Character Analysis (1933)
Annie Reich, nÃ©e Pink (m. 1922â€“1933)
Leon Reich, Cecilia Roniger
|Relatives||Robert Reich (brother)|
Love, work, and knowledge are the wellsprings of our lives, they should also govern it.
Only the liberation of the natural capacity for love in human beings can master their sadistic destructiveness.
Most intellectual people do not believe in God, but they fear him just the same.
The fact that political ideologies are tangible realities is not a proof of their vitally necessary character. The bubonic plague was an extraordinarily powerful social reality, but no one would have regarded it as vitally necessary.
Scientific theory is a contrived foothold in the chaos of living phenomena.
The few bad poems which occasionally are created during abstinence are of no great interest.
Honest pioneer work in the field of science has always been, and will continue to be, life's pilot. On all sides, life is surrounded by hostility. This puts us under an obligation.