Man's Search for Meaning
by Viktor Frankl
This inspiring, riveting, and human book ranks among the most influential works of modern psychiatry. Over 12 million copies have been sold worldwide.
Man’s Search for Meaning begins with a deeply moving personal account of his concentration camps experiences. Frankl moves on to present “Logotherapy,” the psychoanalytical approach based on the “will to meaning” born of his personal struggles to find a reason to live despite his concentration camp imprisonment and once liberated.
In contrast with Freud (will to pleasure) and Adler (will to power), Frankl believes man’s deepest need is the search for meaning and purpose. He argues we cannot avoid suffering, but we can choose how to cope with it, find meaning in it, and move forward.
En français : Découvrir un sens à sa vie : Avec la logothérapie
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