BT10 Conversation Hour 11 - Personal Reflections on the Masters: Erickson, Frankl, Whitaker, Rogers & Satir - Jeffrey Zeig, PhD
Personal Reflections on the Masters: Erickson, Frankl, Whitaker, Rogers & Satir with Jeff Zeig
Actually, namely historically (as well as autobiographically), "existentialism" preceded "concentration camp"- to be sure, existentialism only in the sense of something to teach and to learn, rather than - to live . .. Reminiscenses, episodes, and anecdotes will be illustrated by pertinent slides.
Viktor Frankl (1990) shares his experiences living in a WW-II concentration camp. He teaches the importance of creating meaning in one’s life and the application of ethics in daily choices. He emphasizes the importance of reconciliation in contrast to collective guilt and the importance of finding meaningful responses to all forms of tragedy.