Wednesday, June 26, 2013


Dr. Alexander Batthyány has kindly given permission to share the PowerPoint from his recent keynote address in Dallas entitled The Cognitive Neurosciences and Logotherapy: New Experimental Findings and Their Implications. 

Logotherapy advances an image of the human person that is no longer a philosophical issue, but today has become an empirical question.  Logotherapy is able to generate testable hypotheses based on its image of the human person.

In doing so, logotherapy challenges the image of the human person put forward by the contemporary behavioral sciences, namely, that the human person can be reduced to neurophysiology.  Empirical evidence for logotherapy's position is presented.

Download the PowerPoint here:
http://marshallhlewis.net/papers/Dallas.pptx

In the coming days, I plan to combine this PowerPoint with the audio from the keynote to recreate the address.

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