Philosophy of happiness  

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The philosophy of happiness is a direction by which philisophical inquiry approaches the nature of happiness and the ways by which to attain it. Both the classic Western philosophy (Ancient philosophy) and the Eastern philosophy since its inception deal with the subject of happiness.


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