A contemplative method of understand the secrets of enduring happiness Philosophers.

A contemplative method of understand the secrets of enduring happiness Philosophers, historians, economists, public scientists and creative arts practitioners can gather next week in the University of Hertfordshire to discuss what happiness means and how a greater depth of the condition may be accomplished. A highlight of the meeting – entitled Joy – Perspectives from the Public Sciences, Humanities and Creative Arts, to be held at the University on Wednesday 17 March – is definitely a keynote on the The Art of Pleasure by Professor Richard Schoch from Queen Mary, University of London. In a trip across cultures and centuries Professor Schoch, author of the The Secrets of Pleasure: Three Thousand Years of Looking for the Good Life, will need a refreshingly contemplative approach to the question that’s as essential today as ever: what does it mean to become happy? We want to understand the secrets of joy, but we’re looking in the incorrect places, he will say silagra .