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Synonyms for eudaimonia

a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous

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But if you don't care about maximizing human flourishing but instead are obsessed with minimizing human impact on the planet, then you're going to automatically assume that if we transform the planet, it's immoral and going to lead us into hell.
Wealth invested also promotes human flourishing, sometimes more than wealth given away.
In this passage, the pillars of peace and basic human rights have moral salience because they are generally effective in realizing human welfare and human flourishing.
The question arises as to whether McClosky actually is able to make a solid causal connection between the Great Revaluation, trade-tested betterment, and the real increase in human flourishing.
The EU came together in a Europe broken beyond description by war, and has shaped a continent which until recently has contributed to more human flourishing, and more social care, than at any time in European history," Welby wrote in a Mail on Sunday newspaper article.
It is not at all clear whether such a regime can provide a very rich account of human flourishing.
MusIC Pete Doherty The Libertines frontman will be performing as part of his Eudaimonia solo tour, which takes its name from the Greek word for happiness, welfare and human flourishing.
It is a person's human connections-or relations with other people-that is the main determinant for human flourishing.
A concept of national mission that is animated by justice, self-examination and stewardship of resources," Wilsey concludes, "is potentially a source of true human flourishing.
Aristotle's teleology allowed him to understand the life of virtue as both necessary for all human flourishing and pluralistic in its manifold expression.
With this story, advisory business consultant Steve Moeller starts the first chapter of his second self-published book, "Endorphinomics: The Science of Human Flourishing," and illustrates the challenges that many brokers and independent advisors face in their businesses.
The new orthodoxy is against human nature, against human flourishing, and against a just society.
The issue of urbanization is global and complex, involving a welter of concerns all played out against a background of population diversity that works against the development of a shared vision for human flourishing.
On the contrary, social arrangements conducive to human flourishing will discourage such conceptions.
Theologian and ethicist Neil Messer (University of Winchester) has produced a thorough and thoughtful review and analysis of the various theories and approaches to foundational issues concerning human health, disease, and disability as they relate to the concept of human flourishing.
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