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A prominent Viennese psychiatrist before the war, Viktor Frankl was uniquely able to observe the way that he and other inmates coped with the experience of being in Auschwitz. He noticed that it was the men who comforted others and who gave away their last piece of bread who survived the longest - and who offered proof that everything can be taken away from us except the ability to choose our attitude in any given set of circumstances.

The sort of person the prisoner became was the result of an inner decision and not of camp influences alone. Only those who allowed their inner hold on their moral and spiritual selves to subside eventually fell victim to the camp's degenerating influence - while those who made a victory of those experiences turned them into an inner triumph.

Frankl came to believe that man's deepest desire is to search for meaning and purpose. This outstanding work offers us all a way to transcend suffering and find significance in the art of living.

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"An enduring work of survival literature" (New York Times)

"If you read but one book this year, Dr Frankl's book should be that one." (Los Angeles Times)

"His works are essential reading for those who seek to understand the human condition." (Chief Rabbi Dr Jonathan Sacks)

"Influential and eloquent." (Jewish Chronicle)

"Perhaps the most significant thinking since Freud and Adler." (The American Journal of Psychiatry)

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  • 出版社: Rider (2008/2/7)
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この本の日本語訳 「霧と夜」 中学生のとき約50年前 読んだのを記憶してた。、今回NHK 教育テレビの100分で解る名著
を深夜たまたま見て再度興味をひかれ 英語の翻訳を(ドイツ語は読めないので))購入読んだ。 強制収容所の体験は 現代の我々にも
生きる意味の与えてくれると思う。この本は仏教、キリスト教等の宗教に近く宗教書と言っても良いだろう。 後半の著者フランクルの専門分野(心理学?)の分析は日本語の翻訳にはなかった部分のように思う。 日本語の訳が なぜ「霧と夜」なのか解らない。 「生きる意味を求めて」 の方が良いのではないか。
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夜と霧 新版」を読んで大変感激したが、ドイツ語はこのような本を読めるほど流暢でないので、英語版で読み直すことにした。

今回も、audible.comから4 時間47分のaudiobookはdownloadして、それを聞きながらの読書だが、すでに昨日、読み/聞き終えた。
スピード感のある朗読だったので、読書もそのような感じになり、より作品の全体像が見えてきたが、第一章は文章の配置が、かなりみすず書房の「夜と霧 新版」と違うことに気付いた。

私自身は、英語版の方が時間が前後しないので、話しのプレゼンテーションとしては自然な感じがした。

本書に関しては、自己啓発に役に立つ内容でもあるので、今後、一年に数回は読み返してみたいと考えている。
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Very moving and powerful. I would recommend it to anyone.
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話題の本だったので手に取ってみました。収容所での人間の心の様子を客観的に見るというか。
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5つ星のうち 3.0 Needs More Margins 2014/12/3
投稿者 Mike G. - (Amazon.com)
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My review is not on the content of the book, but on the physical book (I bought the Mass Market Paperback). The publisher printed words so close to the binding, it's actually a pain to read. In the picture I posted to this, I'm actually having to forcibly push down on the book to make it flatter to see the words on the binding side of the pages. There should have been more room left so one doesn't have to do this.

If you have OCD on the spine conditions of your books, don't get the Mass Market Paperback, as your spine is going to end up creased pretty good after reading it.

Again, my review is only the physical book, not on the content, as I haven't started to read it yet :(
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Effective 2016/6/5
投稿者 Sean Allan Hennessy - (Amazon.com)
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In writing Man's Search For Meaning, Frankl packed myriad life lessons, psychological insights, and self-help tricks into an incredibly short book, and did so almost as a byproduct of the (very compelling) story he was trying to tell. After all, not much that even Frankl can say can top the fact that he survived Auschwitz. Anyways, it took me a matter of days to tear through it, and when I was done, I found myself referencing it in my treatment of people, my conversations, and (as the title suggests) in my own search for meaning. Through his writing, I was able to realize that to embrace life, one must also embrace the pain that comes with. (Avoiding pain was getting stressful, so I needed that.)

Anyways, this book was an entertaining read (hence I was able to finish it), it had a noticeable effect on my life, and I can barely go one week without quoting it.

Totally worth the price.
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5つ星のうち 4.0 Powerful material! 2016/6/4
投稿者 Fred Forbes - (Amazon.com)
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Considering I was a Psych major about the time this book first made an impact, I don't know how I missed it. I mean, 12 million (!) copies in print. What a phenomena! The first thing that occurred as I read of his time in the concentration camps and the loss of his family members, including his pregnant wife was how he, or anyone else could survive such conditions and to take stock of my own blessings. One major point of the book is the idea that even during extreme suffering, life has meaning and a focus towards the future, even a bleak one can permit one to endure the bleakest of circumstance. This book is an interesting contrast to the Freudian approach as his program (called logotherapy) tends to focus on the future rather than the past; adjusts behavior and attitude; and tends to focus on a shorter term approach. It has many characteristics of cognitive behavioral therapy a more modern approach which tends to avoid the use of drugs to modify behavior. A most worthy read. It packs a lot of power in a fairly short read.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Life-changing, riveting until the end! 2012/2/21
投稿者 Atara Frankel - (Amazon.com)
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I had the good fortune of knowing my great-grandfather, may he rest in peace, for the first ten years of my life. Being a Holocaust survivor, my great-grandfather always had a story or piece of wisdom to share with my family when we visited. He gave my father Man's Search for Meaning by Victor Frankl as a gift and it remains one of my father's favorite books to this day. Although I was too young to read the book at the time, I know now that it rings truth in a new perspective on the Holocaust. My ancestors survived the horrors that the Nazis inflicted upon them, and they lived to tell me the tale. In an engaging and fascinating way, Frankl sheds some light as to how exactly people made it out of the concentration camps alive, with a will to live and with hope for the future.

In the first part of the book, Frankl describes his personal experiences as a prisoner in the Nazi concentration camps. He traces the mental state of an average prisoner in the camps, beginning upon arrival, and through liberation. Frankl writes that after the initial shock of reaching the infamous camp, a prisoner would be overcome by a "delusion of reprieve", an irrational feeling of hope that his situation would somehow be changed for the better. However, after being separated from loved ones in the dreaded selections, and watching them walk towards the gas chambers to their deaths, the reality and horrification of it all dawned upon the prisoner. Frankl describes the next emotional stage as "relative apathy", which was a complete weakening of the prisoner's senses and feelings, leaving a body merely going through the motions of everyday camp routine rather than a person. According to Frankl, apathy was essential for the preservation of a prisoner's life, because it channeled every emotion he had towards the goal of making it through the day alive. The third and final stage that a prisoner experienced was the complete inability to grasp the meaning of freedom. Following this the prisoner would have to re-learn what emotions such as joy and pleasure meant. Throughout this development, there still remains the question: what were the thoughts that gave a prisoner the drive to live, completely necessary for the conservation of his life? Frankl provides answers to this question in the second section of the book.

Throughout the book, Frankl often quotes Nietzsche: "He who has a why to live for can bear with almost any how." In the second section, Frankl elaborates on how this phrase sums up, in a nutshell, the mentality with which he survived the war. Having a purpose in life, writes Frankl, is the key to withstanding almost any suffering. Frankl named his theory "logotherapy", since logos is Greek for meaning. A method employed in psychology, "logotherapy" causes a patient to pinpoint and become familiar with the meaning of his life, which according to Frankl is the patient's will to strive, succeed, and to live. Frankl goes on to suggest three ways in which one can strive for meaning. The first one, understandably, is to accomplish something. Additionally, meaning can be found by loving another. Finally, man can find meaning by suffering. When one is faced with suffering, and there is nothing he can do to change his predicament, the only remaining option is for him to change his perspective, to change the way in which he views the situation. An example that Frankl gives is of a story of a grieving widower who had lost his wife. The man came to Frankl to ask for advice. Frankl asked the man, "What would have happened...if you had died first and your wife would have had to survive without you?" Through this question, the suffering the man was enduring gained a new purpose, he was mourning, but his wife would not have to mourn him. This story illustrates the usage of "logotherapy", and how by using it, one can utilize his suffering and find meaning through it.

The Holocaust and World War II is a time in world history that has been studied and pondered by many scholars. There are volumes upon volumes written about this dark time in history. Man's Search for Meaning is unique because Frankl focuses on the psychology of it all. He brings proofs to back up his claim that man's search for meaning is, in and of itself, a will to live. Through starvation, sickness, torture and brutality, surrounded by death and despair, man can endure it all, he can even gain something from it, so long as he has a reason to keep going. Each individual has a different source of meaning, yet no matter what the cause, the meaning alone is what gives that man the drive to wake up each morning and endure whatever life sends his way. Even when faced with death itself, man can survive if he has a reason to.

This book was written specifically about the Holocaust and the concentration camps. Nonetheless, there is a life-changing lesson that one can learn from reading the book, no matter what his life circumstances may be. Life is full of challenges, but those challenges eventually cause a person to question who he is and what he stands for, thereby forcing him to determine the meaning in his life. No matter where a person comes from, and no matter where he is headed, he must have a purpose in his life in order to move forward, and to be able to look back at the end of his life and feel proud of all that he accomplished. In a brilliant and insightful way, Victor Frankl has ultimately handed his readers the key to success and happiness, and the answer to many questions; he has affirmed that above all, meaning is what makes life worth living.
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5つ星のうち 4.0 to place a great value on the journey and not just the destination 2016/2/10
投稿者 tech_books_movies - (Amazon.com)
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After I read this book, I became self-critical of any future endeavors which would take up a lot of my time. I now ask myself "is this or will this be meaningful to me?", and if the answer is "no", I won't do it. It was this book that influenced me to consciously live as meaningful a life as possible, to place a great value on the journey and not just the destination, while knowing that "meaningful" doesn't always mean "enjoyable". "Meaningful" should be equated with "fulfilling". This book has helped me focus my energy on things that I find meaningful, not what society things one should do or accomplish.
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