64 Meaning in Life

@inproceedings{Steger200964MI,
  title={64 Meaning in Life},
  author={Michael F. Steger},
  year={2009}
}
In this chapter, it is argued that meaning in life is an important variable for human well-being. Literature supporting this contention is reviewed, and complexities regarding defining meaning in life are discussed. Definitions of meaning have focused on several components, two of which appear central and unique to meaning in life, suggesting a conceptual framework of meaning in life comprised of two pillars: comprehension and purpose. Comprehension encompasses people’s ability to find patterns… CONTINUE READING

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