Happiness for Humans

Author: Dan Russell
I argue that happiness lies in activity that is (1) for the sake of ends that give our lives meaning, (2) in accordance with practical wisdom and emotional soundness, and (3) inextricable from the relationships and other pursuits that make us who we are. I draw on the work of ancient philosophers like Aristotle, Epictetus, and Cicero, treating happiness from a practical perspective: happiness is the ultimate goal for practical deliberation, a good life that each of us wants to give himself.
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