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"Man's Search for Meaning" Review

Summary: Essay provides a review of Viktor E. Frankl's "Man's Search for Meaning."
I read Viktor E. Frankl's bestselling novel Man's Search for Meaning. The first half of Frankl's novel is about his experiences in a concentration camp. The second of his novel is his comments on his experiences and an explanation of a new theory about the meaning of life. He also explains logotherapy, which is a fairly new psychology technique for studying people. Frankl's final theory is that man's search for meaning is the main motivational force is man's meaning of life.

Frankl's description of his experiences in a NAZI concentration camp is different than any other NAZI concentration camp story that I have ever read. Frankl doesn't just talk about the horrible conditions and sufferings of men in camp. He also talks about man's response to the conditions and how he feels when certain things happen. Frankl explains that there are three different stages that a man goes...

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