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Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl (Farsi Edition)
The role of the logotherapist is to broaden the patient’s field of vision, so that the meanings and values are in the patient’s field of vision and self-conscious domain. The one who has found the reason for life will build it anyway. When suffering finds meaning, meaning such as forgiveness and sacrifice is no longer annoying.
Viktor Emil Frankl was an Austrian neurologist, psychiatrist, philosopher, author, and Holocaust survivor. He was the founder of logotherapy, a school of psychotherapy which describes a search for a life meaning as the central human motivational force. Between 1928 and 1930, while still a medical student, he organized youth counselling centers to address the high numbers of teen suicides occurring around the time of end of the year report cards. The program was sponsored by the city of Vienna and free of charge to the students. Frankl recruited other psychologists for the center, including Charlotte Bühler, Erwin Wexberg and Rudolf Dreikurs. In 1931 not a single Viennese student died by suicide.
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|Book Cover Type||Paperback|
|Persian Title||انسان در جستجوی معنا|