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Amélie Poulain is an example of "faux" happiness --[Mar 2006]
'All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.' --Anna Karenina (1877-1888)
Happiness is an emotional or affective state that feels good or pleasing. Overlapping states or experiences associated with happiness include wellbeing, joy, sexual pleasure, delight, health, safety, contentment and love, while contrasting ones include suffering, sadness, grief, anxiety, and pain. Associated behaviors include smiling and laughter.
Societies, religions, and individuals have various views on the nature of happiness and how to pursue it. --http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Happiness [Aug 2006]
UtilitarianismIn utilitarianism, an action is judged not by its intrinsic nature, but by its consequences. The crucial and only important moral question is, does it reduce suffering and/or increase happiness?
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