college_ethics applied

Match the following definitions of happiness to the theory:

a. Egoism
b. Virtue Ethics
c. Natural Law
d. Hedonism

Happiness is a matter of fulfilling one's purpose in life.

Happiness is a matter of immediate gratification, living for one's self in the moment.

Thank you for your help.

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  1. Egoism: immediate gratification
    Virtue Ethics: one's life purpose.

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