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VIEWS ON HAPPINESS: Views on happiness in philosophy Schools of philosophical thought Eudaimonism
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Eudaimonism, eudaimonia, good spirit, self actualization, involved life, virtuous life, Aristotle, positive psychology
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Authors Title / Source Year Aubenque, P. Die Kohärenz der Aristotelische Eudaimonia Lehre.(Consistency of Aristotelian Eudaimonia Theory).
Bien, G.(Ed).: "Die Frage nach dem Glück", Fromman Verlag, 1978, Stuttgart, Germany, 45 - 57
Martin-Serrano, M. El Placer y la Norma en Cientas Sociales. (Pleasure and the Norm in the Social Sciences).
Revista de Estudios Sociales, 1975, Vol.14/15, 61 - 76
Nussbaum, M.C. Mill between Aristotle and Bentham.
Daedalus, 2004, Vol. 133, 60 -68
Ryff, C.D.; Singer, B.H. Know thyself and Become what you are: A Eudaimonic Approach to Psychological Well-being.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2008, Vol. 9, 13 - 39
Kraut, R. Two Conceptions of Happiness.
The Philosophical Review, 1979, Vol. 88, 167 - 197
Ryan, R.M.; Deci, E.L.; Huta, V. Living Well: A Self-Determination Theory Perspective on Eudaimonia.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2008, Vol.. 9, 1 - 11
Dybikowski, J. Is Aristotelian Eudaimonia Happiness?
Dialogue, 1981, Vol. 81, 185 - 200
Tiberius, V.; Plakias, A. Well-Being.
Doris, J.M.;Ed.: ''The Moral Psychology Handbook'', Oxford University Press, 2010, USA, 402 - 432
Kashdan, T.B.; Biswas-Diener, R.; King, L.A. Reconsidering Happiness: The Costs of Distinguishing between Hedonics and Eudaimonia.
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2008, Vol. 3, 219 - 233
Feldman, F. Whole Life Satisfaction Concepts of Happiness.
Theoria, 2008, Vol. 74, 219-238
Telfer, E. Happiness.
New Studies in Practical Philosophy, Mac Millan, 1980, London UK
Waterman, A.S. Reconsidering Happiness: A Eudaimonist's Perspective.
The Journal of Psychology, 2008, Vol. 3, 234-252
Keyes, C.L.; Annas, J. Feeling Good and Functioning Well: Distinctive Concepts in Ancient Philosophy and Contemporary Science.
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2009, Vol.4, 197 - 201
Warnick, B.R. Dilemmas of Autonomy and Happiness. Harry Brighouse on subjective Wellbeing and Education.
Theory and Research in Education, 2009, Vol. 7, 89 - 111
Shaw, D.M. Euthanasia and Eudaimonia.
Journal of Medical Ethics, 2009, Vol. 35, 530 - 533
Huta, V.; Waterman, A.S. Eudaimonia and Its Distinction from Hedonia: Developing a Classification and Terminology for Understanding Conceptual and Operational Definitions.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2014, Vol. 15, 1425 - 1456
Crespo, R. F.; Mesurado, B. Happiness Economics, Eudaimonia and Positive Psychology: From Happiness Economics to Flourishing Economics.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2015, Vol. 16, 931 - 946
Dacanay, J.C. Beyond Rational Choice and Needs Gratification: Philosophical-Anthropological Perspectives of Happiness Economics as Human Flourishing
Ramiz, A.A. and Gomez, F.J.I. (Eds). Work in a Human Economy, 2018, Quale anima per il lavoro professionale, vol. IV, ESC, Rome, Italy
Waterman, A.S. The Best Within Us: Positive Psychology Perspectives on Eudaimonia
Book: Positive Psychology Perspectives on Eudaimonia, 2013, 1 - 303
Heinemann, G. GLück und Vorzüglichkeit. Aristoteles uber Solons Paradoxon. Happiness and Excellence Aristoteles about the Solomon Paradox.
Hoyer, T.:Ed.:" Vom Glück und glücklichen Leben", Vandehoeck&Rubrecht, 2007,Germany, 78 - 102