By Lorraine L Besser
In this book, Lorraine Besser-Jones develops a eudaimonistic advantage ethics in accordance with a mental account of human nature. whereas her venture continues the basic positive factors of the eudaimonistic advantage moral framework—virtue, personality, and well-being—she constructs those thoughts from an empirical foundation, drawing help from the mental fields of self-determination and self-regulation thought. Besser-Jones’s ensuing account of "eudaimonic ethics" provides a compelling normative thought and provides perception into what's keen on being a virtuous individual and "acting well." This unique contribution to modern ethics and ethical psychology places ahead a provocative speculation of what an empirically-based ethical idea might glance like.