Well-Being and Ill-Being
Midwest Studies in Philosophy, Volume 46
Gwen Bradford, Guest Editor
This volume explores the puzzles and the surprising challenges of explaining ill-being in philosophical terms. It includes contributions from many of the main proponents of the various theories of well-being and new voices who explain how particular theories can best account for ill-being and its challenges. The collection spans many of the main approaches to well-being, as well as other undertheorized questions, issues, and insights arising from philosophical reflection on the nature of well-being and ill-being.
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Midwest Studies in Philosophy is an annual journal in the analytic tradition that presents important thinking on major topics in philosophy. Since 1976 it has published edited volumes of invited papers that bring provocative and varying ideas to the theme at hand. It is now published in print and online by the Philosophy Documentation Center.
· ISBN 978-1-63435-078-5 · Vol.46 published February 2023 · Paperback · 402 pages · $45 ·
· Note: online access to this volume is included with Midwest Studies in Philosophy ·