The ferenczi’s influence on bowlby and fromm

Author/s Marco Bacciagaluppi
Publishing Year 2010 Issue 2010/2 Language Italian
Pages 22 P. 93-114 File size 512 KB
DOI 10.3280/RPR2010-002009
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The ferenczi’s influence on bowlby and fromm - Ferenczi is regarded as the initiator of the relational model in psychoanalysis. In Britain his influence on Bowlby was largely indirect. In the United States he exercized an explicit influence on the interpersonal school through Clara Thompson. Fromm was already an admirer and supporter of Ferenczi. In comparing Fromm and Bowlby their convergence on the evolutionary paradigm is stressed. These two authors also converge on two important Ferenczian themes: the primary nature of the mother-child relationship and the importance of real-life traumatic events. The quality of attachment may contribute to the social character

Keywords: Relational model, primary relationship, trauma, real-life, evolution, social character

Marco Bacciagaluppi, L’influenza di Ferenczi su Bowlby e Fromm in "RICERCA PSICOANALITICA" 2/2010, pp 93-114, DOI: 10.3280/RPR2010-002009