Viktor Frankl f

     March 26, 1905 -
       September 2, 1997

       Author of
       Man's Search for Meaning,
       and 32 psychospiritual books,
       Developer of existential
       psychology and logotherapy,
       Holocaust survivor

"Ultimately, man should not ask what the meaning of his life is, but rather must recognize that it is he who is asked. In a word, each man is questioned by life; and he can only answer to life by answering for his own life; to life he can only respond by being responsible."
                                                       Man's Search for Meaning, p.172

The Viktor Frankl Institute requests that mourners do not send flowers,
but rather donations to the Viktor Frankl Institute with the endorsement
"Viktor Frankl Fund." These donations will go to those philanthropical
societies Viktor Frankl supported regularly. Bank: Die Erste
(Bank Code 20111), Acct.-No. 031-93268
Condolence address: Eleonore Frankl,
Mariannengasse 1, A-1090 Vienna, Austria, Europe.

Viktor Frankl Online

On this site:
Links to Web sites about Viktor Frankl
Links to articles about Logotherapy
Links to Holocaust sites
Excerpt from Viktor Frankl obituary
Quotes from Man's Search for Meaning

Conclusion to a college thesis on "The Meaning of Life",  which
     assessed and compared the thinking of Frankl, May, Tillich etc.
     (written for a bachelor's degree in the psychology of religion
     at Tufts University, 1972, by Tracy Marks)
Addendum to "The Meaning of Life" thesis: A Philosophy of Life

Elsewhere on the Web:
Viktor Frankl Institute
The Viktor-Frankl-Institute is a non-profit scientific society for
Logotherapy and Existential Analysis in Vienna, Austria.  Web site
in German and English.  Includes: Logotherapy and Existential Analysis
Viktor Frankl - life and work      Journal des Viktor-Frankl-Instituts
Viktor Frankl Archive     Bibliographies     Board of the Institute
Societies worldwide    Activities worldwide     Training     Videos

Viktor Frankl, Holocaust Survivor, Author/Psychotherapist
Tribute to Viktor Frankl, with quotes from his books, images
from Auschwitz, and obituary

New York Times/Mercury Center Obituary
Frankl, 92, psychiatrist of the search for meaning, by N.Y. Times
writer Holcolm B. Noble, online at the Mercury Center

Existential Psychology and Logotherapy

Existential Therapy

Picture, brief article, links

Existential Psychology
Summary of the tenets of existential psychology, as developed
by Rollo May, Ludwig Binswanger, Viktor Frankl etc.

Ask the Expert: Logotherapy
Brief Information about Logotherapy articles and practitioners

What You Can versus What You Cannot Control
from Emotional First Aid by John Fishbein

International Network on Personal Meaning

INPM Links

Holocaust Links

Holocaust: Cybrary of the Holocaust

Holocaust Biography

A Virtual Tour of Auschwitz

Auschwitz Photos by Alan Jacobs

A Layman's Guide to Auschwitz

An Auschwitz Alphabet

Yad Vashem Home Page

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

Simon Wiesenthal Center

Other Holocaust sites

This page at
was developed by Tracy Marks, M.A, Boston area Internet trainer,
psychotherapist, and psychospiritual author.

In 1972, for her B.A. in religion at Tufts University, Tracy Marks wrote a thesis on
the Meaning of Life, synthesizing philosophies of seven philsophers, psychologists
and religious thinkers, including Viktor Frankl. This thesis has provided a foundation
of meaning for her for 25 years, inspiring many psychospiritual books and workshops.

Web sites created and maintained by Tracy Marks:
Windweaver Web and Windows Resources
Princess Diana Tribute Pages and Diana/Artemis pages
Windweaver Windows, Web and Photoshop Training
Greek Mythology articles
Ebay Auction Sales

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