I Read Man's Search For Meaning

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    It Made An Impression

    It is a great book. In the first part he tells in a non-sensationalist way bits of his experience as a prisoner in 4 concentration camps over 3 years and how he survived them all. He concludes that a human being has free will, namely the choice of attitude under any circumstance...
    thinkandfeel thinkandfeel
    36-40, F
    1 Response Nov 18, 2009

    Some Thoughts About Logotherapy

    What I like most about this book, is the way in which Viktor Frankl uses his experience of the death camps to explain his philosophy of logotherapy. It's not the most catchy title for a philosophy of thought, but it is actually quite exciting as philosophies go. According to...
    desertfrost desertfrost
    41-45, F
    2 Responses Oct 16, 2010
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