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Viktor Frankl was an Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist who was sent by the Nazis to a concentration camp in 1942. Separated from his wife, parents, and siblings, Frankl refused to submit to despair, focusing instead on the freedom to choose one’s outlook even in dire conditions.
In spite of all the enforced physical and mental primitiveness of life in a concentration camp, it was possible for spiritual life to deepen.