Will to Meaning, The : Foundations and Applications of Logotherapy
Overview: Holocaust survivor the author converted the horrors he experienced in a German concentration camp into the pioneering philosophy he called logotherapy. Unlike Freud's "will to pleasure" and Adler's "will to power," the author based logotherapy on three things: the freedom of will, the will to meaning, and the meaning of life. By presenting three metodological concepts, the author shows how we can all reinvigorate our experiences and tie them to will and power. Originally published in 1988 and compiling the author's speeches on logotherapy. This book is regarded as a seminal work of behavior therapy.
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