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LogoTalk.Net is pleased to be joined today by David A. Hallowell, M. A. David is a U.S. Fulbright Fellow alumnus of the Viktor Frankl Institute Vienna and holds the master of arts degree in philosophy from Boston College. He is an aspiring author who is fascinated with the notion of finding meaning and conversion in the face of hedonistic technocracies.
David authors a blog entitled the Existential Cosmopolite. The blog is focused on the pursuit of authentic subjectivity for the aspiring Cosmopolite: Pondering philosophy of science & religion, post-pop psychology, existentialism, critical realism, and illumination in the spirit of Søren Kierkegaard, CS Lewis, Viktor Frankl, Bernard Lonergan, JRR Tolkien, St. Augustine, St. Bonaventure, and any other thought that shines a light.
David is also the creator and administrator of the Official Viktor Frankl Facebook page, with the permission of the Frankl family.
The references for David's papers and the links to them are:
Hallowell, David A. (2010). Personhood in an Anti-Reductionist's Universe: Frankl's Dimensional Ontology and Lonergan's Notion of the Thing The International Forum for Logotherapy, 32, 89-100.
Frankl, Viktor E. (2008). The Pluralism of the Sciences and the Unity of the Person. Translated by David A. Hallowell. Unpublished translation.
The original paper was published as:
Frankl, Viktor E. (2005). Der Pluralismus der Wissenschaften und die Einheit des Menschen. In Der Mensch vor der Frage nach dem Sinn, Munchen: Piper.
The book David mentioned is:
The Feeling of Meaninglessness: A Challenge to Psychotherapy and Philosophy
by Viktor E. Frankl.
Edited and with an Introduction by Alexander Batthyány.
Published 2010 by
Marquette University Press
Summary of links:
David's Paper on Personhood in an Anti-Reductionist's Universe
Translation of Frankl's paper on the Pluralism of the Sciences and the Unity of the Person
The Existential Cosmopolite
Official Viktor Frankl Facebook page
Viktor and I - A Film by Alexander Vesely
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