Philosophy and Meaning in Life Vol. 4: Selected Papers from the Pretoria Conference

Tokyo: Tokyo Philosophy Project (2022)
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This book is a collection of all the papers published in the special issue “Philosophy and Meaning in Life Vol.4: Selected Papers from the Pretoria Conference,” Journal of Philosophy of Life, Vol.12, No.1, 2022, pp.1-115. Theorizing About Meaning in Life Cheshire Calhoun Is It Possible to Say ‘Yes’ to Traumatic Experiences?: A Philosophical Approach to Human Suffering Masahiro Morioka Why Beauvoir Is Not a Subjectivist about Meaning in Life Kiki Berk Axiological Values Grounded in Basic Motivational Dispositions: How to Be a Subjectivist about Meaning in Life Frank Martela Pessimism, Political Critique, and the Contingently Bad Life Patrick O’Donnell Reason, Luck, and Meaning: A Critique of the Moralist View of Meaning in Life Kazuki Watanabe

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Masahiro Morioka
Waseda University


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