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إرادة المعنى: أسس وتطبيقات العلاج بالمعنى

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لقد أشار مؤلفون عديدون إلى أن العلاج بالمعنى- على العكس من مدارس الطب النفسي الوجودي الأخرى- قد طور فنيات علاجية ملائمة، إلا أن قدراً ضئيلاً من الانتباه قد توجه إلى الحقيقة التي مؤداها أن العلاج بالمعنى هو أيضاً آخر العلاجيات النفسية التي تبلورت في نسق نظري محدد.

وفيما يتعلق "بأسس" هذا النسق، فإن فصول هذا الكتاب تعطي صورة مبدئية للإفتراضات والمعتقدات الرئيسية المتضمنة في ال
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Paperback, الطبعة الأولى, 205 pages
Published by دار زهراء الشرق (first published 1969)
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Daniel Jordan
Dec 29, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
As one of my colleagues first suggested, Viktor Frankl's writings are actually philosophical even though he was a psychiatrist and neurologist by profession. While this book is clearly not a textbook on applied logotherapy, it does provide a good theoretical framework for logotherapy and is worth reading for that alone. It is less autobiographical than Man's Search for Meaning and may disappoint some who are looking for emotional impact. However, for those who are looking to deepen their underst ...more
هَنَـــاءْ
بغض النظر إذا كنت أختلف مع كل ما جاء في هذا الكتاب، أو أتفق، ومع وجود تلك الثغرات في منطقه، إلا أن الطرح جاء شبه مكرر، ورتيب شيئاً ما، ولا يختلف في النقاط الأساسية عن كتابه
"الإنسان يبحث عن معنى".

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نجمتان ونصف .. لنفس العبارات التي شدت انتباهي وجاءت بنمط مشابه في كتابه الآخر :)
Melinda
Nov 16, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I finished reading Viktor Frankl's book "Man's Search for Meaning", and then started looking for more of his books to read. This books is EXCELLENT and I would recommend it for reading after "Man's Search for Meaning". I am already starting on a 2nd reading.

This book is more of an indepth explanation of Frankl's approach to psychology called "Logotherapy". The book is made up of a set of lectures given at SMU in 1966 by way of introduction and explanation of Logotherapy.

Logotherapy is based on t
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Bushra
كان رائع في بداياته خصوصاً جزئية أطوار أو أبعاد الانسان.. ثم أصبح تكرار لكتابه الآخر الانسان يبحث عن المعنى..
Yara abdelkarim
Feb 15, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
كتاب مختلف عن باقي كتب ومدارس علم النفس بيبدأ من فرضيات او مسلمات مختلفة عن الى قام عليها فرويد او ادلر او السلوكين .فرانكل كعالم نفس ومؤسس مدرسة علاجية اعتبر ان الإنسان كائن حر له بعد معنوى او روحى وبناء على دة فالدافع عند الإنسان هو المعنى! او ارادة المعنى كمقابل لارادة اللذة عند فرويد او أرادة القوة عند ادلر ودة اكتر شيء_بالنسبة لى _ ناضج و واقعى ورائع قرأته بشكل مباشر من عالم نفس أسس فعليا مدرسة علاجية فى صف الإنسان بالمعنى الحقيقي لان حاجات زى الضمير و الدين و الفن و الاخلاق كمفردات اساسية ...more
Ezekiel Raiden
Aug 15, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
During my Psychology 202 class, I had to write a review of a psychology-related textbook as an essay. (It may have been an extra credit assignment, I don't quite remember; but honestly, for me "extra credit" is just another required assignment.) Here's that essay:

The Will to Meaning
Many advances in science and medicine—and particularly the medical sciences of the mind—come not as a fully formed revolution, but as a synthesis of prior thought, which transcends the boundaries of those thoughts and
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Shannon
May 24, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone
After Freud, this is such a refreshing and sensible look at psychology! Frankl's theories embrace the hopes and aspirations all humans are born with.
د. حمدان
Dec 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: psycology
إرادة المعنى – فيكتور فرانكل

هذا الكتاب هو عبارة عن سلسلة من المحاضرات التي ألقاها فرانكل عام 1966 وقد جمعت ونشرت في شكل كتاب لأول مرة عام 1988. يتكون هذا الكتاب من جزءين؛ الاول هو أسس العلاج بالمعنى.. والثاني هو تطبيقات العلاج بالمعنى.

يعيد فرانكل في الجزء الأول ما سبق له أن قام بشرحه على أكمل وجه في كتابه "الإنسان يبحث عن المعنى" فيشرح المباديء الأساسية التي يبنى عليها العلاج بالمعنى وهي: حرية الإرادة، إرادة المعنى، معنى الحياة. ولن أخوض في هذه المفاهيم لأننا سبق أن تحدثنا عنها على هامش قراءتنا
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Bobby
Jan 16, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: reviewed
A bit heavy on jargon and academic references (most of which are outdated now), I recommend this book only for those who are really interested in logotherapy. For most, it's better to start with Frankl's "Man's Search for Meaning," which gives a nice overview of logotherapy in lay terms.
Ashrakat Rady
Oct 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing
جميل
جميل❤
Rawan Saleh
Jan 01, 2016 rated it it was amazing
ينتقل بك المؤلف ما بين مفهوم المعنى من منظورات عدة
الى تقسيمات للقيم اطلاقا من المفهوم بحسب ما يعطيه وما يأخذه وما الموقف الذي يتخذه ثم ينتقل بك
الى مفهوم الفراغ الوجودي واسبابه
ثم الى فنيات العلاج بالمعنى وتطبقاته
كتاب مهما تحدثت عنه يبقى ما تقوله رؤوس اقلام وتحتاج الى دفتر وقلم للتلخيص وترتيب الافكار ..
مروان العقــّــــــــاد
عالم نفس يهودي متدين
مؤسس مدرسة فيينا الثالثة
الطريقة التي شرح بها فنيات وتطبيقات العلاج بالمعنى كانت عصيىة على الفهم
لكن الفصل الذي تحدث فيه عن العلاقة بين اللاهوت وعلم النفس كانت أكثر من رائعة

M. H.
Jan 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: مكتبتي
سلامٌ أيها الرجاء!
Taka
So good, Frankl does it again.

Just as I was getting frustrated by a contemporary book on evolutionary psychology that treats the human brain as nothing but a computer, Frankl comes to the rescue: "...in a certain sense the statement is valid: man is a computer. However, at the same time he also is infinitely more than a computer. The statement is erroneous only insofar as man is defined as 'nothing but' a computer." What I also found fascinating is his concept of "dimensional ontology," where h
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Charlie
Frankl has an engaging and personable voice. His anecdotes amuse and illustrate, though they often feel fabricated for the purpose, especially when he purports to offer verbatim accounts of client interactions. The book struggles a bit with the space between philosophy, which more appropriately describes logotherapy, and psychotherapy. Frankl acknowledges the difficulty and seeks to address it directly, but he doesn't always conform to his own definitions about what situations fall into which ca ...more
Federico Mayr
Apr 07, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
Even though I do not have any proper background in psychology, I find Frankl's 'Will to Meaning" even more immediate, communicative and valuable than I expected.
It does not provide you with easy answers , but at least it gives you a framework, I would say a "humanistic" one, thanks to which you can conceive and establish your personal view of man (personal anthropology) and of life (personal theology/eschatology).
David
Jun 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A hard book to read due to subject content. But even harder to stop. It can be read in one sitting. And is one worth rereading every few years.
Omnia Alsayed
Jul 13, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
نتمنى ان نلتقيك في الجنة ..
Hussam Al Husseini
The first book I read for Viktor Frankl was Man's Search for Meaning. This is the second book and I highly recommend it. I really got interested in reading the rest of his books. The book is a little bit difficult to understand because of his philosophical approach. I can summarize the book as follows:

Logotherapy “is the treatment of the patient’s attitude toward his unchangeable fate.” It is based on three pillars:

The First Pillar: The Freedom of Will
“Man’s freedom is no freedom from conditions

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Brandt
Jan 20, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

As the subtitle of the book indicates, this writing is an attempt to deal with the foundations and applications of Logotherapy. Viktor E. Frankl conceptualizes the foundational explanation as - the setting forth of the basic assumptions and tenets that underlie Logotherapy as a system. As Frankl suggests, Logotherapy is founded on three concepts: “(1) the freedom of the will; (2) the will to meaning; and (3) the meaning of life” (Frankl, 1988, p. vii). Moreover, Frankl indicates that each of the

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Varvara Kushnyrova
Только когда человек выходит за пределы себя самого и перестает концентрировать свой интерес, свое внимание исключительно на себе самом, он достигает аутентичного бытия.

юмор является превосходным средством дистанцирования человека от чего-либо. Можно сказать, что юмор помогает человеку стать выше своих неприятностей, позволяя ему воспринимать себя более отстраненно.

Человек не свободен от условий, будь они биологические, психологические или социологические по своей природе. Но он свободен и всегд
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Stephen
Nov 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
READ DEC 2017

This is a nice companion to Frankl's original, "Man's Search for Meaning."

Best quotes, "Approaching human beings merely in terms of techniques necessarily implies manipulating them, and approaching them merely in terms of dynamics implies reifying them, making human beings into mere things" (p. xv); "Man's freedom is no freedom from conditions (or consequences) but rather freedom to take a stand on whatever conditions might confront him" (p. 4); quoting Freud, "men are strong as lon
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Rafe
Jan 14, 2018 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
1. first part is promotion of his method logotherapy
-like a battle in science sandpit - my idea is better, no, my!

2. second part is bunch of nonsense about god, religion and purpose of the suffering

-it's more telogy than psychology
-it's not based on scienticfic evidances - it's purly subjective beliefs and perspective

to sum up, if you had already passed a point in your own development where there is no god and destiny, this book is useless

I don't believe you can find true meaning in "coping" wit
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Franzy
Jan 03, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
If I could go back to my 18 year old self and give him one book then this would probably be it. At the time I was trying to understand my existential angst but I didn't find any book who would get to the core as I think this book does. One thing i certainly would have drawn much pleasure from is the combination of philosophy and practice.

Reading it today I find pleasure in his presentation of a treatment that tries to cover a full spectrum human being and it was impossible for me to not be impr
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Justin Karp
Jan 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Logothearapy in some circles is known as the third school of psychotherapy. Before Frankel, The was Freud and Adler. One school of thought focus on the sexual drives of the patient while the other focuses on the drive for power. Frankel’s method focus on the idea that we all are in search for meaning in our lives. One school of thought can convince you, while grieving of the death of your wife, that you actually hated her all along while Frankel’s method can help you cope by convincing you that ...more
seba~
Aug 12, 2016 rated it liked it
Shelves: psychology
كتاب جميل فتح ذهني لأفق جديد عن العلاج النفسي وساعدني أرتب أفكاري ,, بس كأنه يبغالي أقرأه بتأني مرة ثانية عشان أقدر أتذكر المعاني و الأفكار العميييقة و أقدر أكتب رأيي الخاص بالتفصيل

عشان يولِّد فرانكل لدى المريض المحبط نظرة تفاؤلية فهو يغيِّر السؤال بطريقة غير مباشرة من (ماذا تتوقع من الحياة؟) إلى (ماذا توقعت منك الحياة وما قدمت انت للحياة؟) حتى ينقل للفرد شعور المسؤوليه أمام ضميره وأمام الله ويجعله واعيا بمسؤوليته ويترك له الاختيار ويساعده على فهم نفسه كمسؤول
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ملخص لنقاط مهمة من الكتاب بالنسبة
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Shane Huber
Jan 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Staple Reading for a Postmodern Society

Despite western affluence there seems to be a preponderance of despair amongst so many. It isn't disingenuous to say suicide is a first world problem. Why is that? Furthermore, why hasn't the lauded unshackling from the transcendent been as liberating as promised? Whatever the didactic answer may be, I'd bet it could be reduced down to loss of meaning. Were it so, whatever your Weltanschauung, I'd say Frankl's Logotherapy should salve the soul.
Johanne
Nov 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Gros coup de coeur pour ce livre. La logothérapie est une école de la psychothérapie que je ne connaissais pas, mais qui me rejoint beaucoup. Je suis tombée dessus par hasard, après quelques recherches à la suite d'une discussion avec une amie sur l'importance de trouver un sens à son travail, ou au contraire de trouver un travail qui a un sens. Je songe à m'acheter ce livre pour pouvoir m'y référer au besoin. Mieux encore, il se lit comme un roman.
Sippy
3.5 ⭐ Frankl is able to combine insights still relevant and ubersmart with too much religion babble, which to me is totally not relevant and eventually I found myself skipping pages with too many mentions of "God" in them. Pity as this book started out so promising. All in all still a worthwhile read though...
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Viktor Emil Frankl M.D., Ph.D., was an Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist as well as a Holocaust survivor. Frankl was the founder of logotherapy, which is a form of Existential Analysis, the "Third Viennese School" of psychotherapy.

His book Man's Search for Meaning (first published under a different title in 1959: From Death-Camp to Existentialism. Originally published in 1946 as Ein Psycholog
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“Normally pleasure is never the goal of human strivings but rather is, and must remain, an effect, more specifically, the side effect of attaining a goal. Attaining the goal constitutes a reason for being happy. In other words, if there is a reason for happiness, happiness ensues, automatically and spontaneously, as it were. And that is why one need not pursue happiness, one need not care for it once there is a reason for it. Figure 3 But, even more, one cannot pursue it. To the extent to which one makes happiness the objective of his motivation, he necessarily makes it the object of his attention. But precisely by so doing he loses sight of the reason for happiness, and happiness itself must fade away.” 4 likes
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