Jones, (Alfred) Ernest

Jones, (Alfred) Ernest
(1 ene. 1879, Rhosfelyn, Glamorgan, Gales– 11 feb. 1958, Londres, Inglaterra).

Psicoanalista galés. Después de ingresar al Royal College of Physicians, de Londres (Colegio médico real de Londres), comenzó a interesarse gradualmente en la psiquiatría. Junto con Carl Gustav Jung organizaron el primer congreso de psicoanálisis (Salzburgo, 1908), donde conoció a Sigmund Freud. Jones contribuyó a introducir el psicoanálisis en Gran Bretaña y América del Norte; en 1919 fundó el Instituto británico de psiconálisis y, en 1920, la revista el International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, que editó hasta 1939. Después de la ocupación nazi de Austria, ayudó a Freud y su familia a escapar a Londres. Su libro The Life and Work of Sigmund Freud [Vida y obra de Sigmund Freud] 3 vol. (1953–57) se consideró durante muchos años la biografía referencial de Freud.

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