Man's Search for Meaning: An Introduction to Logotherapy Free Audiobook Download by Viktor E. Frankl

Viktor Frankl was a psychiatrist in Nazi Germany who survived the Holocaust. After being released, he wrote and published Man's Search for Meaning: An Introduction to Logotherapy. This book laid out the fundamentals of logotherapy, a branch of existential psychotherapy that focuses on finding meaning in life through self-direction and personal responsibility.

Viktor Frankl was a psychiatrist who developed what became known as Logotherapy. By studying the works of Sigmund Freud, he began to realize that there are two types of questions that people ask themselves: those related to 'wills' and those related to 'why'. A person's 'will' is based on their self-determination and desire for change which usually leads them to inaction. Questions about will lead to negative answers, while questions about meaning lead to positive ones.

Viktor E. Frankl, author of Man's Search for Meaning and Doctor of Psychotherapy, was a neurologist who survived the Nazi concentration camps of World War II. He wrote about his personal experience of discovering that meaning and purpose can be found in life even in the most difficult circumstances.

Viktor E. Frankl was a psychologist who was imprisoned in Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust and is often seen as one of the pioneers of existential therapy. The book's central idea is that one can gain a "second chance" at life by choosing to take responsibility for his own actions, which are rooted in his values and meaning.

Man's Search for Meaning: An Introduction to Logotherapy is an autobiographical work by Viktor E. Frankl, a psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor who was liberated from the Nazi concentration camps during World War II and later became a psychotherapist.

Man's search for meaning after enduring the horrors of a Nazi concentration camp captivated Viktor E. Frankl. This book, which was originally published in German, is a story that has helped millions to find joy and hope in life again. The audio-book version narrated by Simon Vance is now available as an audiobook on Audible.

Published Date 2010-04-20
Duration 4 hours 47 minutes
Author Viktor E. Frankl
Narrated Simon Vance
(323 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Biography & Memoir
Parent Category History & Culture

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