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Thursday, March 7, 2013

#51 The Dr. Jerry Long Lecture Series Part 4

Today’s podcast concludes our special presentation of the Dr. Jerry Long Lecture Series unless more material should become available.  This final lecture was recorded at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, USA in 1993.  This is the same lecture that we presented in January 2012 as LogoTalk Radio #37 The Dr. Jerry Long Lecture Series Part 1.

The lecture that follows is different from the earlier presentation in two ways.  First, the lecture that follows is the complete audio archive.  In the earlier presentation, the question and answer period that follows the lecture was removed.  My intention at that time was to present the question and answer portion as a separate episode.  However, in the interest of presenting this material as an historical archive, the current podcast presents the full audio.

Second, the audio has been remastered.  The original audio for each of the lectures was taken from aging VHS tapes that were saved last year in digital format by Steve and Renee Feagans. They have made this material available to LogoTalk Radio for public presentation and, also, to help clean up the aging audio.  After some delay due to the press of events for Congress Vienna 2012:  The Future of Logotherapy, we have now been able to take further action to preserve these archives.  With the help of Tatjana Vucinic, M. Sc. and Giuliano Marinkovic of Croatian Television, we believe we have made the audio as understandable as possible.  Parts 2 and 3 of the Dr. Jerry Long Lecture Series have already been presented with the improved audio, making this lecture the final one to be remastered.

The new audio tracks have also been added to digitized video for each of the lectures and the demonstration of logotherapy.  The full audio and video archives are available at

With the kind permission of Mrs. Renee Feagans, we now present Dr. Jerry Long.

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