Man's Search for meaning
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"Man's Search for Meaning" is a book written by Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist Viktor Frankl, which was first published in 1946. The book is a memoir of Frankl's experiences as a prisoner in Nazi concentration camps during World War II and also an exploration of his own psychotherapeutic approach known as logotherapy.
The book describes Frankl's experiences and observations of life in the concentration camps and the psychological effects of the extreme suffering and dehumanization that he and other prisoners endured. It also emphasizes the importance of finding meaning and purpose in life, even in the face of adversity.
Some possible keywords to describe "Man's Search for Meaning" include: memoir, Nazi concentration camps, Holocaust, psychology, logotherapy, meaning, purpose, suffering, adversity, survival, resilience, human dignity, psychotherapy, personal growth, philosophy, existentialism, and spirituality