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ISBN: 1416524282 / ISBN-13: 9781416524281

Man's Search for Meaning


Based on his experiences in Nazi death camps, including Auschwitz, from 1942 to 1945, Frankl's timeless memoir and meditation on finding meaning in ... Show synopsis

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  • Man's Search for Meaning (Gallery Books) – Trade paperback (2006)
    by Viktor E Frankl

    Man's Search for Meaning
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    Trade paperback, Gallery Books
    192 pages

    ISBN: 1416524282
    ISBN-13: 9781416524281

    With more than 4 million copies in print in the English language alone, Man's Search for Meaning, the chilling yet inspirational story of Viktor Frankl's struggle to hold on to hope during his three years as a prisoner in Nazi concentration camps, is a true classic. Beacon Press is now pleased to present a special gift edition of a work that was hailed in 1959 by Carl Rogers as "one of the outstanding contributions to psychological thought in the last fifty years." Frankl's training as a psychiatrist informed every waking ... Show more

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Reviews of Man's Search for Meaning

Overall customer rating: 4.847
john w


by john w on Dec 26, 2013

For anyone interested in psychology this book should be your starting point and used repeatedly to keep you grounded.

joyce  b

thought provoking

by joyce b on Oct 31, 2013

a review of life in concentration camps written by a jew. Gives great insight into staying alive on a day to day basis

Marilynne B

Search for Meaning

by Marilynne B on Oct 3, 2013

I have not finished reading this one as yet. It requires thinking about the meaning. MJB

Paul S

why read Frankl's book

by Paul S on Apr 11, 2013

This is an important work, both the first half about his time in the Nazi concentration camps, and the seond half that explains his philosophy on "meaning".

Nick B
by Nick B on Jan 5, 2012

This books reputation had reached me years ago after reading the '7 Habits of Highly Effective People.' It is a great book for anyone interested in getting a healthy perspective on their life. It is two books in one. The first part about the authors time in a concentration camp and then about how this experience was implemented into his medical practice. There is a great bit in the book when he states his belief that no matter what happens to you in life you can always choose how you respond.

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