Man's Search for Meaning

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Man's Search for Meaning

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The author was a psychiatrist before being hauled away to a concentration camp. This book (written in 1959) discusses the utter grimness of the situation in excruciating detail. But it also provides a message: the goal for each person’s life is to find his or her meaning. Even in the face of extreme suffering, that “meaning” can be one’s attitude of bravery towards the situation. He gives an overview of his psychiatric technique of “logotherapy” in which he does not use psychoanalysis, but rather works with his patients to discover a meaning (or “logos”) in their lives to cure mental diseases

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