Eastern Conceptualizations of Happiness: Fundamental Differences with Western Views

@article{Joshanloo2014EasternCO,
  title={Eastern Conceptualizations of Happiness: Fundamental Differences with Western Views},
  author={Mohsen Joshanloo},
  journal={Journal of Happiness Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={15},
  pages={475-493}
}
The purpose of this review is to compare and contrast western and eastern conceptualizations of happiness and optimal functioning. Towards this end, accounts of happiness and optimal functioning provided in western philosophy and scientific psychology are compared with those in some eastern schools of thought (namely, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and Sufism). Six fundamental differences in western and eastern conceptualizations of the good life are identified and discussed in the… Expand
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