Instructions: Consider the different views of happiness discussed in Chapter 12, including Hedonism, Epicureanism, Stoicism, and Buddhism. Which of these views of happiness seems most life-denying? Which seems most life-affirming? Explain your reasoning in each case.
Review “Strategies for Dealing with Death” (Chapter 14) and “Hedonism,” “Epicureanism,” “Stoicism,” and “Buddhism” (Chapter 12).
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- their textbook
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- Thoroughly address all aspects of the prompt.
- Use proper terminology as presented in the textbook.
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