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Internationally renowned psychiatrist, Viktor E. Frankl, endured years of unspeakable horror in Nazi death camps. During, and partly because of, his suffering, Dr. Frankl developed a revolutionary approach to psychotherapy known as logotherapy. At the core of his theory is the belief that man's primary motivational force is his search for meaning.

Man's Search for Meaning is more than a story of Viktor E. Frankl's triumph: it is a remarkable blend of science and humanism and an introduction to the most significant psychological movement of our day.

©1959, 1962, 1984 Viktor E. Frankl (P)1995 Blackstone Audiobooks

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"An enduring work of survival literature." ( The New York Times)

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One of my absolute favorites: The first half of the book gives you an extremely vivid inside view of the 2nd world war from the perspective of a holocaust survivor (the author). In the second part of the book Frankl goes into the topics of meaning, resilience, will to live... The book opened my eyes to new perspectives on life. Narration is on point. A must read in my opinion, especially for young folks.

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The meaning of suffering

Okay, is there anyone out there who thinks, he got a serious problem? Read Frankl and think again. From the experience in four concentration camps Frankl offers deep insights into the psychology of man under extreme conditions. Maybe Frankl does not answer the ultimate question about the meaning of life, but he highlights how important it is to give meaning to ones life and ones suffering - no matter on which side of the fence you are standing.

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Incredible insights

A brilliant book that provided great insights into the human psyche, exposed in the most challenging circumstances. Many lessons wwre shated that we can all apply to our lives.

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Lesenswert!

Beschreibt weniger die Fakten im Lager sondern eher wie es in den Köpfen aussah! Die letzten beiden Kapitel handeln von seiner Therapie Form

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Worth it

Big time worth it. Hear about decency in the face of unparalelled suffering. Get to know some truth from a man who has lived things that your imagination cannot model for you. He has been there.

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good old Jewish and German spirit. there is always

a book and testimony of high spirits and great human mind.
a testimony that doesn't require further explanation or justification

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without meaning, you will probably get lost

Frankl describes in this book how he saw inmates of the concentration camp dying because they had given up. The ones that survived did so because they had something to look forward to. The meaning gave them the strength to support the suffering.
In another part he says that illnesses as depression or drug abuse are due to a lack of meaning in ones lives...
In this book, Frankl does not tell you what the meaning of life is. Each person has to find that for itself. He is just telling how important it is to find one.

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