Linked bibliography for the SEP article " Well-Being" by Roger Crisp

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Some significant recent works are Griffin (1986) and Finnis (2011), which present different objective lists, Feldman (2004) and Crisp (2006, which defend hedonism, Sumner (1996), which rejects many current options and advocates a theory of well-being based on the idea of ‘life-satisfaction’, Kraut (2007), which develops a broadly Aristotelian account, and Haybron (2008) and Tiberius (2008), which address issues that arise in contemporary psychological research on happiness. A collection of useful essays is Nussbaum and Sen (1993).

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