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Viktor Frankl Vs. Sigmund Freud

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Shamecca Marshall Professor Dietz Psychology 11 July 15, 2015 Viktor Frankl Vs. Sigmund Freud Viktor
 Frankl
 and
Sigmund
 Freud, are two
of the most significant
 psychological
 philosophers
 of
 our time. They, have
 formed
 powerful
 perceptions
 concerning
 the
 role
 of
 culture, humanity, and
 the
 healing
 method. Even though
 Frankl
 and
 Freud
jointly
 experienced
 misery
 within
 their
 own
 existences
 and
 equally
 observed
 dramatic
 socio‐political
 alterations
 within
 the
 premature
 twentieth
 century, they eventually came to adopt completely different psychological concepts. Sigmund
Freud
was
born
into
a
modest
 Jewish
 family in 1856 in Freiberg, who eventually relocated to Vienna in 1860. After a victorious graduation, Freud
 enrolled into
 the
Medical
Faculty
at
Vienna. Even though, he was avid
about
 his
 new
 area
 of
 education, he postponed his completion in order to chase his interest in employment as a research assistant in the physiological workroom of Ernst
 Brücke. Later, in 1885, Freud had the chance to travel to train in Paris for several months beneath Jean-Martin Charcot, a recognized neurologist who focused in the study of emotion and weakness to hypnosis. Not too long after traveling back home, he established his psychoanalytic practice and shaped the many theoretic ideas that made him notorious throughout Europe and the United States. In
 1905, soon
 after
 Freud
 distributed
 one
 of
 his
 first
 major
 pieces
 titled,
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