Daniel Gilbert, “Immune to Reality and Barbara Fredrickson, “Selections from Love

 

Although Gilbert often makes convincing case for the limitations of our ability to foresee the real sources of our happiness, he has less to say about our active role in finding our happiness at last. In what ways do Fredrickson’s reflections both confirm and complicate Gilbert’s claims about the ways we “stumble” into happiness?

 

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