Hedonism (disambiguation)


Hedonism (disambiguation)

Hedonism is a term most often used to describe the philosophy that pleasure is the most important pursuit of mankind. Other uses include:

*Christian hedonism, a controversial Christian doctrine
*The paradox of hedonism, the idea that pleasure does not obey normal principles
*Hedonistic relevance, an observer's tendency to attribute a behavior to a person's disposition
* hedonic psychology, also known as happiness economics
*Hedonism Resorts, vacation resorts in Jamaica
*Hedonism (Just Because You Feel Good), a song by Skunk Anansie
*Hedonism-Bot, a minor character in Futurama
*Hedonic regression, a method of estimating demand or value, used notably when calculating the Consumer price index

ee also

*Egoism


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