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    'Six Myths about the Good Life' is a good solid philosophical overview and a compact distillation of what the classic philosophers offered for argument on the subject of valuesMyth One Pursuing comfort and pleasure will lead to the best possible lifeMyth Two The desirable life euals one that is most happyMyth Three The good life reuires reaching a good euilibrium a point at which the important difficulties are resolvedMyth Four Reason rather than emotions would be the best indicator of what would be a good lifeMyth Five There is no real connection at least in this life between true virtue and a desirable kind of lifeMyth Six True virtue is impeccableChapter Seven How can we know what has value?Generally Joel Kupperman professor of philosophy at the University of Connecticut is organizing selected ideas from various published works by the Ancients ie Plato Socrates Confucius Aristotle etc and current philosophers for the general reader to contemplate The result is a small book which nonetheless delivers much food for thought I think in particular those who would welcome a brief refresh of ideas from college introductory 101 classes as well as those general readers who are interested in developing personal values of well value would find this succinct book very rewarding


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    I was assigned this book for Dr Justin Tiwald's philosophy graduate seminar on the topic of Wellbeing as it is titled I had actually wanted to read the book anyway however and even had attempted to order a used copy on prior to learning that I have the opportunity to take Dr Tiwald's course and that the book would be reuired reading there This is a great introduction to this complex and fascinating topic that does a great job of weaving together insights from both Eastern and Western philosophical traditions as well as insights from the field of psychology as well as our native philosophy The book is thought provoking and a pleasure to read


  3. says:

    A bit repetitive and disorganized but still an engaging meditation on the nature of pleasure comfort happiness virtue and their relevance to human life An interesting read that will appeal to thoughtful people


  4. says:

    Good book to read to get focused on what is important in life


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