Koncepcja „nieuświadomionego Boga” — rozważania po Holocauście Victora Frankla

  1. Mateusz Nieć mateusz.niec@z.wroc.pl

Abstract

 

IDEA OF „THE UNCONSCIOUS GOD” — AFTER THE HOLOCAUST CONSIDER OF VICTOR FRANKL

The article presents an idea of „the unconscious God” of V. Frankl (1905–1997), a psychoana­lyst and afounder of so called „third Vienesse school”. Frankl, a prisoner of Auschwitz (no. 119104) and Dachau, analyzes a modern World as a doctor (psychiatrist) and a philosopher. The author shows how experience of concentration camps (1942–1945) influences his moral philosophy. In his, avictim of the Holocaust, opinion, modern society is endlessly in crisis, which appears to begin in modern Europe. Frankl, in a book „The Unconscious God”, gives an option to modern human and also discusses on the one hand apessimistic vision of „death of God” in Auschwitz (M. Buber, H.  Jonas), and on the other optimistic vision of neopsychoanalysis (E. Fromm).

 

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Studia nad Autorytaryzmem i Totalitaryzmem

38, 2016, nr 3

Pages from 31 to 51

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