1. Happiness and Aristotle’s Definition of Eudaimonia
  2. Carlotta Capuccino
  3. pp. 1-26
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  1. Eudaimonia, Happiness, and the Redemption of Unhappiness
  2. Timothy Chappell
  3. pp. 27-52
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  1. Happiness in Classical Confucianism: Xúnzǐ
  2. Chris Fraser
  3. pp. 53-79
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  1. On Learning What Happiness Is
  2. David B. Wong
  3. pp. 81-101
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  1. The Pursuit and Nature of Happiness
  2. Lorraine Besser-Jones
  3. pp. 103-121
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  1. What Role for Emotions in Well-being?
  2. Julien A. Deonna, Fabrice Teroni
  3. pp. 123-142
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  1. Being Worthy of Happiness: Towards a Kantian Appreciation of Our Finite Nature
  2. Sabine Döring, Eva-Maria Düringer
  3. pp. 123-142
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  1. Meaning and Happiness
  2. Antti Kauppinen
  3. pp. 161-185
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  1. Values, Agency, and Welfare
  2. Jason R. Raibley
  3. pp. 187-214
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  1. The Two Facets of Pleasure
  2. Laura Sizer
  3. pp. 215-236
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  1. Happiness, Consciousness, and the Ontology of Mind
  2. Edoardo Zamuner
  3. pp. 237-254
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