Introduction to Speech Therapy. The Meaning of Life
The book is organized in two major sections. The first one – Experiences in a Concentration Camp – describes the possible sufferings in a concentration camp and whether anyone who survives can think it to be a bygone nightmare and a fact, after which people will fear nothing. The second chapter entitled Main Ideas in Speech Therapy deals with the essence of the science of speech therapy as orientated towards a meaning that a subject has to achieve in the future. The introduction is written by Gordon W. Allport. The conclusion is entitled Reasons for Tragic Optimism and describes how man can be optimistic in spite of the ‘tragic triad’ of pain, guilt and death. The edition has bibliography on speech therapy.
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