The desire for happiness in didactic and academic reflection

The desire for happiness is the subject of not only academic but also didactic reflection. In relation to the notion of the role of desires in human life, happiness can be seen as a state in which we desire what we are able to achieve in a way that gives us satisfaction, joy – with the reservation that different levels of joy (and therefore different levels of happiness) are possible.
Keywords happiness  desires  didactic reflection  academia
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