The Fundamental Representation and Achievement Methods of a “Good Life” in Chinese Traditional Culture
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Keywords

Chinese traditional culture
The good life
Implementation

DOI

10.36922/ssr.v3i2.1103

Abstract

A “good life” refers to a life phase in which people achieve a satisfying degree of spiritual value perception and emotional experience in the environment of “current” high material living standards, social harmony, fairness, and justice, and thus exclaim “good” from the heart. This article focuses on Chinese traditional culture's understanding of the “good life,” and attempted to summarize the “good life” in Chinese traditional fundamental characterization, as well as analyze the “good life” in Chinese traditional ways of implementation, using the literary method.

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