eudaimonia


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Noun1.eudaimonia - a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperouseudaimonia - a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous; "the town was finally on the upbeat after our recent troubles"
fool's paradise - an illusory state of wellbeing
health, wellness - a healthy state of wellbeing free from disease; "physicians should be held responsible for the health of their patients"
successfulness, prosperity - the condition of prospering; having good fortune
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Keywords: Subjective Well-being, life evaluation, eudaimonia, Europe
The "ethics of money," for Zelmanovitz, pertains not to questions of whether its pursuit or profit seeking or greed or even usury constitute "the root of all evil," but rather to whether money permits and promotes "human flourishing" (Aristode's eudaimonia standard).
En el septimo, dedicado a la identidad practica y la individualidad, se desarrolla, en dialogo con la filosofia actual, el caracter autorreferencial que corresponde a toda praxis, su orientacion a una concepcion global del bien de la propia vida (la felicidad o eudaimonia en el sentido preciso que Aristoteles concede al termino) y el papel constitutivo del habito en la encarnacion de un determinado ideal de vida.
Unlike, for example, neo-Aristotelian theories that are grounded upon the contested concept eudaimonia, a nonconceptual foundation that begins with exemplars identified by the emotion of admiration need not be able to provide a conceptual account of what makes an exemplar an exemplar.
Reflecting on Aristotle's notion of eudaimonia in his Nicomachean Ethics, and his claim that human beings strive in all they do to achieve eudaimonia, which effectively makes all human activity a means to this end of serene happiness, but that this serene happiness serves no other end than itself, would indicate that education itself would contribute to eudaimonia as an end for human beings.
Brennan) en el hecho de que la terapia cognitiva epicurea no tiene por objetivo suprimir la totalidad de los estados emocionales del individuo: como senala correctamente, aun cuando el placer y la verguenza o la ira son, en efecto, estados emocionales, ello no impide que esas emociones ocupen un lugar constructivo en el camino hacia la eudaimonia (cfr.
In moral philosophy, eudaimonia is used to refer to the right actions as those that result in the well-being of an individual.
Eudaimonia has not only been related to gratitude in psychological research (Kashdan et al.
From here I go on to show, in section two, that I have never categorically excluded non-moral goods from either eudaimonia or nirvana in the way Velez suggests.
Aesthetic exercises for Trop are neither instrumental (directed at a desired end-state or habit, the instilling of a new capacity such as bicycle-riding or arrow-shooting) nor teleological (oriented toward an immanent end, such as eudaimonia or the virtuous life).
Seria dificil resumir los numerosos planteamientos del autor respecto de asuntos tan diversos como las definiciones de terminos (utilisima su comparacion de distintos diccionarios), la distincion entre medicina cientifica y ciencias medicas, la (casi irrealizable) virtud medica como felicidad en el oficio (una eudaimonia parcial).