Viktor Frankl Man’s Search for Meaning

Written in 1946, this is a story about neurologist and psychiatrist Viktor Emil Frankl and his experiences as a prisoner in Nazi concentration camps during World War II. Man’s Search for Meaning points out the three psychological stages all inmates experience, from the moment they arrive to a concentration camp, from the initial shock, to the apathy and then to the bitterness and moral deformity, exploring how Viktor held on to the purpose of life in the face of such atrocity, suffering and death.

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