Man's Search For Meaning: Revised and Updated Audiobook Download by Viktor E. Frankl

Man's Search For Meaning: Revised and Updated is a self-help book written by Viktor E. Frankl in 1946. It discusses the author's experiences in Nazi concentration camps as a psychiatrist working with prisoners at Auschwitz, as well as his own personal struggle to find meaning in life during that time.

The author of 'Man's Search For Meaning' Viktor Frankl was a psychiatrist in Nazi Austria who survived three Nazi concentration camps and found peace through his own suffering. The book has since been translated into over 30 languages and became a worldwide bestseller in the 1970s.

Viktor Frankl's "Man's Search for Meaning" is a book written in 1946 and the most translated non-fiction work of all time. It explores the idea of meaning, a search that drives all men, who are searching to find what they can give their lives to. The various chapters of this book explore such topics as love, despair, illness, death, and freedom.

Frankl's ideas and the stories that he heard during his time in the concentration camps have stayed with him for the rest of his life, and he published a book about their occurrence entitled "Man's Search for Meaning". The book was later translated into English by Raymond Corsini and focuses on Frankl's experiences as a prisoner during World War II.

Viktor E. Frankl, who wrote the book Man's Search For Meaning, claimed that there is an "inner direction" to our lives we all seek. He found this meaning by struggling through his life during World War II. This audiobook is about a man named Viktor E. Frankl who was a Jewish psychiatrist in Vienna during World War II and immigrated to the United States where he lived until his death in 1997.The book talks about how some people find their personal meaning in trying times or even when they are faced with the prospect of dying.

[Viktor Emil Frankl] was one of the most influential psychotherapists and philosophers of all time, who pioneered the field of logotherapy. He is best known for his book, "Man's Search for Meaning," which has sold more than ten million copies since it first published in 1946.

Published Date 2021-04-13
Duration 5 hours 22 minutes
Author Viktor E. Frankl
Narrated James D Don Adams
(72 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? No
Category Teen
Parent Category Historical, World

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