Chapter 1, Happiness Revisited
1. ____________ has been a focus of human philosophy since the time of Aristotle.
2. The question of what is ____________ is the one question that modern poets, philosophers, and psychologists can't seem to answer.
3. The definition of happiness, according to the author, doesn't really matter in the big _________.
4. What is NOT one of the ways in which a person might find happiness, according to the author of the book?
5. The author asks the reader to put aside the thought that ___________ can bring happiness to a person.
(c) Material objects.
6. Many still believe that happiness is defined by ___________, though the author says this is not the case.
(c) Death seeking.
(d) The number of bank accounts.
7. Happiness can be found when the result of certain events meet or exceed _____________ of the person in the situation.
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