PHILOSOPHY OF HAPPINESS

 

 A.THEORETICAL.AND.PRACTICAL.EXAMINATION.BY.MARTIN.JANELLO

 

The Happiness Principle: Why We Need A Personal Philosophy of Happiness

 

Happiness is a universal human objective. We all want to be happy. But how we define, pursue, and maintain happiness often seems vague and elusive. That is why we need a personal philosophy of happiness.

 

The presentation in this section lays out the underlying considerations and examines why other avenues of securing happiness are not succeeding. And it describes how we can arrive at our personal philosophy, guided by a deep understanding of our happiness. Happiness then reveals itself not only as our ultimate objective but also as its own organizing principle: The Happiness Principle. Watch this presentation at:

 

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