Neuroscience confirms that to be truly happy, you need something more

Evan Thompson, a UBC philosophy professor was quoted in an article in Quartz about how the act of seeking, not attaining is crucial to happiness. “If you’re an artist there are always new modes of expression, new things to create and communicate. The world isn’t fixed, it’s always changing, so that means you have to create anew in light of the changes,” Thompson said. “I don’t think any good scientist thinks one day science will come to an end. Science is about questioning, new ways of looking at things, new devices. That’s entirely open-ended.”


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