The good life
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Eudaimonia is a term that means happiness and is a central aim of stoic philosophy. A contemporary book by William B. Irvine entitled  sums up what 'the good life' is and how one might achieve it.
People who hope for a better world feel the need for a shared vision of the "good life," a vision that is flexible enough for innumerable individual circumstances but comprehensive enough to unite people in optimistic, deliberate, progressive social change.
- La Dolce Vita (The Sweet Life) - Federico Fellini's 1960 film may be seen as an antonym of 'the good life' concept
- Nicomachean Ethics by Aristotle
- Philosophy of happiness
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- A Guide To The Good Life
- Chapman, Gary. "The Good Life". Public Sphere Project. Schuler. Retrieved 26 October 2015.
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- Living Faithfully in a Fragmented World by Jonathan R. Wilson
- The Good Life by Helen and Scott Nearing
- Imitation of Christ by Thomas à Kempis
- School(s) for Conversion edited by Rutba House
- The Irresistible Revolution by Shane Claibourne
- Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger by Ronald J. Sider
- Walden by Henry David Thoreau
- The Politics of Jesus by John Howard Yoder