eudemonia


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eudemonia

(ˌjuːdɪˈməʊnɪə) or

eudaemonia

n
(Philosophy) happiness, esp (in the philosophy of Aristotle) that resulting from a rational active life
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Eudemonia is a classical Greek word associated with Aristotle that is commonly translated to mean "happiness," "the good life," or even "human health" (Keyes & Haidt, 2002, p.
No es que el territorio en general sea un espacio de eudemonia ontologica, en que todo propenda 'naturalmente' a la armonia, la democracia y la igualdad, sino que los ideales chamanicos se recortan sobre una isonomia constitutiva librada de ontoteologias inmanentes o trascendentes.
For Aristotle, eudemonia involves experiencing enjoyment, and the emotional life of virtuous persons--what they take pleasure in and what they find painful--contributes to their happiness.
No other titan of eudemonia seems to them available.
While the hedonic component of happiness has become more central in the area (van Horn, Taris, Schaufeli, & Schreurs, 2004), there is evidence for the superiority of eudemonia in the definition of happiness at work (Dagenais-Desmarais & Savoie, 2012).
Keywords: Happiness Pleasure Eudemonia Positive psychology Nirvana Positive emotions Wellbeing Summum Bonum.
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Ojala Kant hubiera sido capaz de pensar, con la palabra 'alegria', tambien en la profunda alegria de la actividad espiritual que Aristoteles incluye en su concepto de eudemonia (estado de bienestar y belleza del alma); o en la bilaritas et serenitas animi de los romanos; o en la 'bienaventuranza' del cristianismo, protegida por Dios e indestructible por 'destino' exterior alguno, y que podia llenar incluso a los martires ardiendo en las llamas