Literally meaning: “bearing well”
Origin: Anc Greek
εὖ /eph-(=prefix meaning "well”, “good”, “easy”, “right”)
Different philosophers have defined euphoria in different ways . Some philosophers have presented a hedonistic interpretation via sensual pleasures, and some others have interpreted it in terms of internal virtues. In contrast, pre- Aristotlion philosophers believe that euphoria can only be found in the perfection of inner widsdom and courage. Aristotle considers euphoria as the virtuous living, or as the activities in accordance with virtues. According Aristotele Euphoria is not the same as virtue because one is the cause and the other is itsSources
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Euphoria (opposite of dysphoria) is a mental and emotional condition which is characterized by exaggerated state of happiness.