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I've been meaning to post this for a few days now.

Last week I read Victor Frankl's Man's Search for Meaning, which is a combination autobiography, theory, and analysis of workings his concept of logotherapy using primarily his experiences in the concentration camps. It was an odyssey to find this book, seeing as the recommendation for this book came from my mother (a person who has a lot of interest in the Holocaust history), who first read this book in Japanese where is was titled Night and Fog. It turns out that the books was originally published in English translation as From Death-Camp to Existentialism in 1959 and in 1984 as Man's Search for Meaning, with from what the Preface says, this newer version is expanded to include more on Logotherapy. It may be a newer translation as well.

On Man's Search for Meaning )

April 2012

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