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Victor Frankl
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Engrave this Quote It is reserved for man alone to find his very existence questionable, to experience the whole dubiousness of being. More than such faculties as power of speech, conceptual thinking, or walking erect, this factor of doubting the significance of his own existence is what sets man apart from animal.
-Victor Frankl, The Doctor and the Soul (New York: Alfred A. Knopf), 1960 Tell a Friend


 


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