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Questions about Viktor Frankl's book Man's Search for Meaning (German: 'Ein Psychologe erlebt das Konzentrationslager' or 'Trotzdem Ja zum Leben Sagen'). Use with the tags viktor-frankl and german-literature.

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Origin of the story "Death in Tehran"

During my second read of "Mans's Search For Meaning" by Viktor E. Frankl I noticed that the way he introduces this story "Does this not bring to mind the story of Death in Tehran" ...
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Why are the prisoners that have become too weak to work referred to as "Moslems" by the Nazi guards?

I read Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl around half a year ago or so, and something I've been left wondering is why the Nazi/SS guards refer to men who no longer are fit to work due to ...
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Who rebutted Raul Hilberg's allegation that Man's Search for Meaning was a deception?

Man's Search for Meaning by psychiatrist Viktor Frankl is a well-known book in which the author described his experiences in several concentration camps (including Auschwitz) and discussed the ...
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