1. a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous
    the town was finally on the upbeat after our recent troubles
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How To Use eudaimonia In A Sentence

  • This alone leads to that "eudaimonia" or happiness for which man strives. A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy
  • However, what I really have in mind is something Ancient, and is really captured by terms like 'virtue' and 'wisdom' and (perhaps most of all) "eudaimonia"; and the thinkers I am leaning on are first, Alasdair MacIntyre, and second, Martha Nussbaum (and behind them both lies Aristotle). What do I mean by 'emotional intelligence'?
  • We have to know from ourself, there are certain state of mind that are conducive to this flourishing, to this well-being, what the Greeks called eudaimonia, flourishing. Matthieu Ricard on the habits of happiness
  • And going back just a little earlier, Aristotle, the co-founder of Western philosophy along with Plato, gave lectures on ethics which described the goal of human life as what he called eudaimonia, that is to say, happiness or human fulfilment. Integral Options Cafe
  • He then names the supreme good as eudaimonia , which is usually translated , though inadequately, as happiness.
  • Can you discuss Aristotle's concept of "eudaimonia"... Archive 2006-06-01
  • Aristotle talked about "eudaimonia" ? happiness as human flourishing and purpose to life ? rather than the modern hedonistic concept. David Cameron aims to make happiness the new GDP
  • Some experts say Aristotle meant "well-being" when he wrote that humans can attain eudaimonia by fulfilling their potential.
  • In the book, I talk about how important this - it's a term known as "eudaimonia," which is a state of fulfilling your authentic happiness. WALL STREET FIGHTER - Business News and Money Tips for Men
  • Nussbaum writes this about "eudaimonia" in 'The Fragility of Goodness': "Some texts we shall discuss are rendered obscure on this point by the common translation of Greek 'eudaimonia' by English 'happiness'. What do I mean by 'emotional intelligence'?
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