// EVENT HAS BEEN MOVED TO NEW DATE: JUNE 4TH //
(Please note: This talk will be in Danish)
What is happiness?
Humans have probably always reflected on what happiness is: Is happiness living up to the norms of an honorable life? To experience as much as possible before it is too late? Or to live out its full potential?
Many have historically fought for the right to be happy, but in recent years the idea of happiness, however, is shifting from being a right and to becoming a duty. Because the happy man is a productive man, and therefore Chief Happiness Officers are employed in companies, and nations brand themselves on international happiness indexes. Happiness has become a duty that the individual is responsible for creating. It sounds almost completely miserable!
Based on the book “Kampen om lykken” (The Battle For Happiness – 2020), which Svend Brinkmann has co-published, in this lecture he examines the essence of happiness – both historically and in the current happiness-focused society – and he asks: what we can do for our own and others people’s happiness.
Presented in cooperation with FOF Aarhus.
This talk was originally planned to take place March 25th. It was then moved to May 12th, but has been moved again to a new third date: June 4th.
Your ticket is still valid for the new. You do not need to do anything further.
Should you wish to refund your ticket because of the new date, we ask you to contact FOF Aarhus.