Complete Health, Moral Development, Well-Being, and Happiness
This chapter develops the notion of eudaimonistic health—a conception of physiological and psychological good as well as bad health. This conception of health, while similar to a much-criticized definition offered by the World Health Organization, is distinct from it, and avoids the usual objections to the WHO definition. Recent psychological and philosophical work on happiness and well-being is also consistent with the notion of eudaimonistic health developed here.
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