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The Search for Humanity: The Auschwitz Memoirs of Levi, Frankl and Amery

Hosted By: Haberman Institute

What does Auschwitz illuminate about the nature and limits of humanity?

This course will delve into the philosophical, social, and religious aspects of this question, through a close engagement with the Holocaust memoirs of Primo Levi (Survival in Auschwitz), Viktor Frankl (Man’s Search for Meaning), and Jean Améry (At the Mind’s Limits).

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