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> adult life. Against non-eudaimonist philosophies of happiness, such as Susan
> Wolf's, PDE better accounts for how ethical improvement makes lives good; it
> also explains how the process of integrating our practical concerns itself
-> contributes to making lives good. I defend PDE in three stages. First, I
-> provide a taxonomy of conceptions of happiness, giving precise accounts of
-> the characteristic features shared by all and only eudaimonist conceptions
-> of happiness (including a minimalist theory of virtue), while also
-> explaining how eudaimonisms can differ from one another. I then argue
-> against representative views drawn from each category of the taxonomy, other
-> than PDE’s category. Finally, I provide positive arguments for PDE by
-> expanding upon the minimal virtue theory common to all forms of eudaimonism.
+> contributes to making lives good.
+>
+> I defend PDE in three stages. First, I provide a taxonomy of conceptions of
+> happiness, giving precise accounts of the characteristic features shared by
+> all and only eudaimonist conceptions of happiness (including a minimalist
+> theory of virtue), while also explaining how eudaimonisms can differ from
+> one another. I then argue against representative views drawn from each
+> category of the taxonomy, other than PDE’s category. Finally, I provide
+> positive arguments for PDE by expanding upon the minimal virtue theory
+> common to all forms of eudaimonism.