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The unheard cry for meaning : psychotherapy and humanism / Viktor E. Frankl.

New York : Washington Square Press/Pocket Books, [1985] .
ISBN 0671541633, 0671228919, 9780671541637

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Subjects Humanistic psychology.
Meaning (Psychology)
Description 223 pages ; 18 cm
Copyright Date [1985]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 185-213) and index.
Contents The unheard cry for meaning -- Determinism and humanism: critique of pan-determinism -- Critique of pure encounter: how humanistic is "humanistic psychology"? -- The dehumanization of sex -- Symptom or therapy? A psychiatrist looks at modern literature -- Sports, the asceticism of today -- Temporality and mortality: an ontological essay -- Paradoxical intention and dereflection.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)11739248
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WorldCat Identities Frankl, Viktor Emil.
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