The Collected Papers of Roger Money Kyrle (Karnac Books, Jan 31, 2015) contains an extensive "Autobiographical Note." Educated at Eton, then Cambridge (beginning with Math and Physics, but changing to Philosophy), then London (Anthropology); his thesis, The Meaning of Sacrifice was published in 1930. "Kyrle was a Kleinian Psychoanalyst. His papers are held by the Wellcome Institute: http://blog.wellcomelibrary.org/2011/05/roger-money-kyrle-papers/. "Roger Money-Kyrle belonged to the English tradition of the first quarter of the twentieth century, a time of wide horizons, and his project was correspondingly ample--an attempt to understand man and the world man makes for himself. He used the knowledge of psychoanalysis to illumine areas in biology, anthropology, politics, ethics and history, in addition to making contributions to clinical and theoretical psychoanalysis itself." (Edna O'Shaughnessy, from the Prefatory Note to Collected Papers). "Roger Ernle Money-Kyrle (1898-1980) served with the Royal Flying Corps during the Great War. He sold the Homme House estate at Much Marcle to his uncle, Rev. Cecil Leigh Money-Kyrle, in 1922. He worked for a PhD at Vienna University, where he met Sigmund Freud, and was one of the last Englishmen to be psychoanalysed by Freud himself. He set up as an analyst in London in 1950. He married Helen Juliet Rachel ('Minora') Fox and was survived by his four sons. Ernle (1923-1999), a civil engineer; Audley Francis (1925-1999), a photographer and natural historian; Roger Spencer (1928- ), a doctor; and John Middleton (1931- ), an architect." (http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/rd/0ecfa97a-da31-4f11-b...).