Man's Search For Meaning

From the horrors of his experiences in the Nazi concentration camps, Frankl achieved an insight into human nature that actually saved his life in the camps and that he later expanded into his psychological school of logotherapy. This insight is that the search for meaning in life is the prime motivational force for human beings—and an absolute essential for their mental health.

This Reading excerpts his acclaimed book on the subject, a modern classic that tells the very personal and courageous story of his fight for existence and meaning in the midst of absolute brutality and evil.

The Foreword is by Senior Fellow Alonzo L. McDonald.

Discussion guide included.

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Weight: 3.48 oz
Dimensions: 8 in × 0.1 in × 5.87 in
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