Make Life Easy: The Philosophy of Well Being

Well-Being First published Tue Nov 6, 2001; substantive revision Tue Dec 9, 2008 Well-being is most commonly used in philosophy to describe what is non-instrumentally or ultimately good for a person. The question of what well-being consists in is of independent interest, but it is of great importance in moral philosophy, especially in the case of utilitarianism, …

The Nature of Nuture

Nature Nurture in Psychology by Saul McLeod  published 2007 This debate within psychology is concerned with the extent to which particular aspects of behavior are a product of either inherited (i.e. genetic) or acquired (i.e. learned) characteristics. Nature is that which is inherited / genetic. Nurture which refers to all environmental influences after conception, i.e. experience. Nature Nurture …