Philosophy of Happiness: A Theoretical and Practical Examination by Martin Janello.




In this section, I further develop or illustrate aspects described in the Philosophy of Happiness Book, and I consider tangents for which there was insufficient room in the book. The main focus of my articles is on possible implementations of, and obstacles to, a philosophy of happiness. Due to the comprehensive scope of this field, the Blog may address a wide range of issues. The articles below contain audio versions as well.


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Photo of pink daisy opened with petals unfurling.


Drawing in black ink of an open daisy flower facing the viewer. The daisy is the symbol of the Philosophy of Happiness book and website.