restricted access   Volume 77, Number 2, Summer 2010

Table of Contents



Endangered Scholars Worldwide

pp. v-ix

Editor’s Introduction

pp. xi-xii

Happiness and Political Theory

pp. 421-440

Happiness and the Welfare State

pp. 441-468

What Does the Ideal of Happiness Mean?

pp. 469-490

Living Happily However After

pp. 491-522

Narrative Possibilities of Happiness, Unhappiness, and Joy

pp. 523-544

Happiness and Unhappiness as a “Jewish Question”

pp. 545-568

Religion and the Promise of Happiness

pp. 569-594

A Distinction Regarding Happiness in Ancient Philosophy

pp. 595-624

On the Philosophical Implications of Empirical Research on Happiness

pp. 625-658

The Neuroscience of Happiness and Pleasure

pp. 659-678

Recent Advances in the Economics of Individual Subjective Well-Being

pp. 679-714

Adapting to Adversity: Happiness and the 2009 Economic Crisis in the United States

pp. 715-748

Subjective Well-Being over the Life Course: Conceptualizations and Evaluations

pp. 749-768

Notes on Contributors