The Unconscious God (German: Der Unbewußte Gott) is a book by Viktor E. Frankl, the Vienesse psychiatrist and founder of Logotherapy. The book was the subject of his dissertation for a Ph.D. in philosophy in 1948. The Unconscious God is an examination of the relation of psychology and religion.

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  • The Unconscious God (German: Der Unbewußte Gott) is a book by Viktor E. Frankl, the Vienesse psychiatrist and founder of Logotherapy. The book was the subject of his dissertation for a Ph.D. in philosophy in 1948. The Unconscious God is an examination of the relation of psychology and religion. (en)
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  • 978-0671220990
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  • Cover of the 1949 German edition
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  • German
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  • Simon & Schuster
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  • The Unconscious God (German: Der Unbewußte Gott) is a book by Viktor E. Frankl, the Vienesse psychiatrist and founder of Logotherapy. The book was the subject of his dissertation for a Ph.D. in philosophy in 1948. The Unconscious God is an examination of the relation of psychology and religion. (en)
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  • Der Unbewußte Gott (en)
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