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Philosophical-Anthropological Contribution by Viktor Frankl - the Human, Meaning, Illness and Health

Filozoficko-antropologický přínos Viktora Frankla - člověk, smysl, nemoc a zdraví

Roman Adamczyk

E-LOGOS, 2019, vol. 2019, issue 2, 4-13

Abstract: To date, Viktor E. Frankl's philosophical-anthropological heritage has remained overlooked in his extensive creative work that also includes neurologic, psychiatric, psychotherapeutic and axiological-ethical research. Frankl's work, however, is imbued with a stand-alone multidimensional concept of the human. In the following article, the latter concept is closely connected with Frankl's primary professional orientation - health care and efforts to heal the ill - and with one of the pivots of Frankl's tragic triad - suffering.

Keywords: anthropology; human; illness; health; meaning; logotheory; antropologie; člověk; nemoc; zdraví; smysl; logoteorie (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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DOI: 10.18267/j.e-logos.464

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