48 min

Book Club 3 | Man's Search For Meaning Maxim Institute Podcast

    • Society & Culture

This month on the Book Club, our Interim CEO Joanne Abernethy hosts researchers Dr Rowan Light and Danielle van Dalen, as they discuss Viktor Frankl's book Man's Search For Meaning.

In this podcast, they dive into Frankl's experiences of the Holocaust, how at the depth of dehumanisation, one can find beauty, hope and dignity. This conversation also explores the foundation of his psychological theory, Logotherapy, and how meaning can transform even the most distressing circumstances. Especially in the midst of COVID-19, Man's Search for Meaning offers significant insight for our context, from how we relate to others, to how we experience hope and suffering.

We hope you enjoy the listen and are encouraged to read the book.

This month on the Book Club, our Interim CEO Joanne Abernethy hosts researchers Dr Rowan Light and Danielle van Dalen, as they discuss Viktor Frankl's book Man's Search For Meaning.

In this podcast, they dive into Frankl's experiences of the Holocaust, how at the depth of dehumanisation, one can find beauty, hope and dignity. This conversation also explores the foundation of his psychological theory, Logotherapy, and how meaning can transform even the most distressing circumstances. Especially in the midst of COVID-19, Man's Search for Meaning offers significant insight for our context, from how we relate to others, to how we experience hope and suffering.

We hope you enjoy the listen and are encouraged to read the book.

48 min

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