Readership: General readers, researchers, and policy makers concerned with well-being, as well as students of philosophy and ethics.
Daniel M. Haybron, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Philosophy Department at Saint Louis University, USA
Daniel M. Haybron is an Associate Professor in the Philosophy Department at Saint Louis University. His research interests centre on several issues in ethics: well-being and the good life, moral evil, and the virtues. He has worked primarily on happiness since 1995. He is the author of The Pursuit of Unhappiness (OUP, 2008). He has also published a number of articles on happiness.
"Welcome and erudite" - Huffington Post
"[T]he book is interesting, well-written and well-argued." - GrrlScientist, the guardian
1: A remarkable fact
2: What is happiness?
3: Measuring happiness
4: Life satisfaction
5: The source of happiness
6: Beyond happiness: well-being
7: Getting outside oneself: virtue and meaning