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  • n. A supporter of eudaemonism.


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  • – C. P. Snow The Masters, 171From the eudaemonist, who footnotes as follows: STRATA OF SPEECH.

  • Like one eudaemonist, I can't help but marvel at your endurance. MORE BAD WRITING.

  • Now, says the eudaemonist, this delight, this happiness, is the real motive of his acting virtuously.

    The Metaphysical Elements of Ethics

  • In a eudaemonist-individualist moral vision, each individual has a unique and irreplaceable worth and a responsibility to develop the capacities and actualize the potentialities unique to every individual human being.

    SOLO - Sense of Life Objectivists

  • I gave the example of the possibility of an intra-personal conflict of interests not because it's a problem for the eudaemonist thesis, but because it strengthens the case for the possibility of an interpersonal conflict of interests (as I interpret or interpreted it).

    Cato Unbound

  • ˜intellectualist™ and ˜eudaemonist™ virtue ethics.

    Philo of Larissa

  • - personal conflict should be considered a problem for the eudaemonist thesis.

    Cato Unbound


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