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    Hedonism is a philosophy based on the idea that pleasure is an equivalent to happiness, and that pleasure should be perused because of it. Often disregarding any religious or moral value, Hedonists believe experiencing pleasure is the most important thing they can do with their lives.

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    Hedonism is very positive and cheerful. He is an enthusiast in everything related to entertainment, relax and luxury.

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    Hedonism refers to a family of theories, all of which have in common that pleasure plays a central role in them. Psychological or motivational hedonism claims that human behavior is determined by desires to increase pleasure and to decrease pain. Normative or ethical hedonism, on the other hand, is not about how we actually act but how we ought to act: we should pursue pleasure and avoid pain. Axiological hedonism, which is sometimes treated as a part of ethical hedonism, is the thesis that only pleasure has intrinsic value. Applied to well-being or what is good for someone, it is the thesis that pleasure and suffering are the only components of well-being. These technical definitions of hedonism within philosophy, which are usually seen as respectable schools of thought, have to be distinguished from how the term is used in everyday language, sometimes referred to as "folk hedonism". In this sense, it has a negative connotation, linked to the egoistic pursuit of short-term gratification by indulging in sensory pleasures without regard for the consequences.

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    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Divide it into a vertical bicolor of pale and black.
    3. Add the eyes.
    4. Give it an olive leaf crown.
    5. Optionally, make it floating on a cloud.

    You're done!

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    • Nihilism - You think moral values aren't real, but you also think there's no worth in pleasure?
    • Moralism - Pleasure is the deciding factor between right and wrong, what's wrong with that?
    • Satanism - Bring them all!!!
    • Utilitarianism - Why are you so concerned with the happiness of everyone around you?

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