Logotherapy and Existential Analysis describes the person (anthropology) recognizing the three human dimensions of body, mind and spirit (dimensional ontology).

Exploring the autobiographical method of logotherapy used by Viktor Frankl in Man’s Search for Meaning and in his autobiography Recollections.

Introducing he three principles of freedom of will, the will to meaning and meaning in life The three avenues to find meaning: Creative, experiential and attitudinal values. The capacities the human spirit for self-distancing and self-transcendence. The methods of paradoxical intention, dereflection, and modification of attitudes.

Contemplating the existential dynamics of the human spirit and the application of logotherapy principles in situations of existential vacuum, existential distress and existential frustration.

Reflecting on the the tragic triad of suffering (pain, guilt and loss) to help find meaning in suffering.

Considering about the need for the search for meaning in the world today and the empirical research in logotherapy and existential analysis.

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