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Saturday, August 3, 2013

#56: The Russian Philosophical Heritage and its Impact on Franklian Philosophy – Presentation by Snezhana A. Zamalieva, Ph.D.






Snezhana A. Zamalieva, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, business coach and President of the Maestro Temirkanov International Foundation for Cultural Initiatives (Международный Фонд Культурных Инициатив Маэстро Темирканова).  She graduated from St. Petersburg State University with a master's degree in sociology in 1996 and received her MBA in 2003.  Later, she graduated from the East European Institute for Psychoanalysis with a master's degree in psychology.  In 2012 she earned her Ph.D. from the Philosophy Department of St. Petersburg State University.  Dr. Zamalieva also completed the program in Franklian Psychology offered by the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy, in Texas, by distance learning.

She is the author of numerous articles and a monograph entitled Человек все решает сам : логотерапия и экзистенциальная антропология Виктора Франкла (Man Decides for Himself: Viktor Frankl's Logotherapy and Existential Anthropology).  This is the first book by a Russian author to summarize the main tenets of logotherapy and to present the life of Viktor Frankl, making it an important historical publication.

Follow this link to find Человек все решает сам : логотерапия и экзистенциальная антропология Виктора Франкла at Amazon.com.

Follow this link to find Человек все решает сам : логотерапия и экзистенциальная антропология Виктора Франкла at East View Information Services.

Dr. Zamalieva lectured at the Nineteenth World Congress on Viktor Frankl's Logotherapy in Dallas, Texas on June 21, 2013.  Here, she presents an overview of Russian philosophy for her international audience and then discusses the influence of Russian philosophy, especially Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy, on the development of Viktor Frankl's thought.


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