Should universities teach well-being? asks Jules Evans

Jules Evans, philosopher, policy director at the Centre for the History of Emotions at Queen Mary, and author of the fabulous blog Philosophy for Life, visited Durham earlier this week. His just-published essay “Should Universities Teach Well-being?” addresses a question close to the concerns of the Centre for Medical Humanities, as noted in the introductory paragraphs.

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