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Man’s Search for Meaning and a Case for Optimism

Holocaust surviver and psychologists Viktor Frankl delivers an amazing speech on searching for meaning and thinking the best of people. And as Goethe agrees with him, it must be true.

If you haven’t read his memorial from Auschwitz, Man’s Search for Meaning, you should

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1 Maxim { 05.26.10 at 05:51 }

The survey results he cites are nice, but what about revealed preference?

That seems more favorable to the hypothesis that people care a lot about money.

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