Speculation Regarding the Posing of Freud in the Group Photograph at the Third International Psychoanalytic Congress

Martin S. Fiebert
2009 Open Psychology Journal  
The third international Psychoanalytic Congress was held at the Erbprinz Hotel in Weimar, Germany on the twenty-first and twenty-second of September of 1911 and was attended by fifty-five individuals, from a number of European countries and America [1] McGuire. Ernest Jones [2], a participant, reports that conference presentations were of a "high order," and the conference itself was "most successful." A key factor contributing to the positive atmosphere was the absence of Alfred Adler and his
more » ... fred Adler and his supporters, who, after a bitter struggle with Freud, had recently withdrawn from the psychoanalytic movement.
doi:10.2174/1874350100902010025 fatcat:f4xkylq6yrbodbet3ughxatifi