(countable and uncountable, plural eudemonisms)
- Alternative form of eudaemonism.
Variant of eudaemonism
the ethical doctrine that personal happiness is the chief good and the proper aim of action, esp. such happiness conceived of in terms of well-being based on virtuous and rational self-realization
Origin of eudaemonismClassical Greek eudaimonismos, a calling happy ; from eudaimonizein, to call happy ; from eudaimōn: see eudaemonia