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Descripción

This book uses Viktor Frankl's Existential Psychology (logotherapy) to explore the ways some professors use unusually personal scholarship to discover meaning in personal adversity. A psychiatrist imprisoned for three years in Nazi concentration camps, Frankl believed the search for meaning is a powerful motivator, and that its discovery can be profoundly therapeutic. Part I begins with four stories of professors finding meaning. Using the case studies as a foundation, Part II investigates issues of epistemology and ethics in unusually personal research from an existential perspective. The book offers advice for graduate students and faculty who want to live and work more meaningfully in the academy.

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Autor Amber Esping

Información

DUIN R9LP8R27MCL

GTIN 9783030088422

Fecha de aparición 14.02.2019

Idioma Inglés

Número de páginas 187

Product type Libro de bolsillo

Dimensión 210 x 148 x 148  mm

Peso del producto 278 g

Epistemology, Ethics, and Meaning in Unusually Personal Scholarship

Amber Esping

93,58 €

Vendedor: Dodax EU

Fecha de entrega: entre martes, 14. abril y jueves, 16. abril

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