What is your idea of human flourishing?
Then, what is meant by human flourishing?
Human flourishing is defined as an effort to achieve self-actualization and fulfillment within the context of a larger community of individuals, each with the right to pursue his or her own such efforts. The nurse helps the individual to reclaim or develop new pathways toward human flourishing.
Subsequently, question is, what is the concept of human nature? Human nature is a bundle of characteristics, including ways of thinking, feeling, and acting, which humans are said to have naturally. Human nature is traditionally contrasted with characteristics that vary among humans, such as characteristics associated with specific cultures.
Keeping this in view, what creates human flourishing?
Human flourishing must be achieved through a person's own efforts. Each person has reason and free will and the capacity to initiate conduct that will enhance or inhibit his flourishing. Rationality, the cardinal virtue for human flourishing, can only gain expression when a man has responsibility for his own choices.
What did Aristotle believe about human nature?
In Aristotle's ethical work, "Nicomachean Ethics," he describes human nature as having rational and irrational psyches as well as a natural drive for creating society, gaining knowledge, finding happiness and feeling connected with God.