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Stewart, H. (1979). The Scientific Importance of Ernest Jones. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 60:397-404.

(1979). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 60:397-404

The Scientific Importance of Ernest Jones

Harold Stewart

SUMMARY

The scientific contributions of Ernest Jones to psychoanalysis are examined in terms of his independence and originality of thought, and illustrated by selective quotations from his many writings. The conclusion is offered that Jones is scientifically the equal of his great contemporaries, Abraham and Ferenczi.

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