Logotherapie und Advaita Vedānta: Wege zur Integration zweier existenziell-psychologischer Systeme

David Srakar, Gerald Virtbauer

Abstract


Der Artikel führt in drei Konzepte, die im Advaita Vedānta eine entscheidende Rolle spielen – die Person (Sanskrit jīva), das innere Organ (antaḥkaraṇa) und das Selbst (ātman), ein. Verbindungen zu Frankls Logotherapie sind sinnvoll und ausbaufähig. Erste Schritte zu einer Integration werden behandelt.


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DOI: 10.15135/2015.3.1.11-27

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