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Man’s Search For Meaning: The classic tribute to hope from the Holocaust

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   Author(s): Viktor E Frankl  
        Publisher: Ebury Publishing, Year: 2013   
                                        
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Man's Search for Meaning debuted in 1946. During the Nazi dictatorship, Victor Frankl was a leading psychologist in Vienna. He survived the Holocaust and wrote this book. In his view, man's persistent search for meaning permits him to survive even the most harsh and degrading situations.

He claimed the world has two races: respectable and indecent. No matter whose side they're on, they'll stick to their guns. Some will try to help others, while others will be selfish and serve themselves at the expense of others.



Frankl disagreed with Freud and Adler, the major psychologists of his time. His research was quite personal. His observations of human behaviour were based on extreme circumstances. As well as several other detainees, he monitored their behaviour intently. Those who could focus on love survived, he discovered. This was based on a forced stroll by his captors. They discussed his wife. Seeing his wife let Frankl forget about his captors beating him with rifle butts for dawdling.



The book was named one of the ten most impactful. Its message of optimism has inspired readers for decades.

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