2001'6, p.103
Piskoppel A. A.
From traditional values to unique senses

The author analyses fundamental notions and ideas (sense, transcendence of self, spirituality, freedom, responsibility, etc.), used by V. Frankle to construct an original psychological theory. Frankle's existential interpretation of these notions as fundamental psychological concepts is compared with those suggested by philosophical and cultural anthropology and philosophy of life. The author discusses the link between psychology of sense and Christian anthropology with its views on the nature of man and his mission and suggests an interpretation of logotherapy as a technique based on the principle of a "mind trap".