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A citation from an interview with the slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek about the conformist concept of happiness:

> You can be happy without being moral. You can be happy without being interesting or engaged in the world around you. You can be happy without having a single creative idea or interest or passion. You can get everything you desire, and still not be happy. So why even focus on finding bliss?

Via https://bigthink.com/postcards-from-zizek/why-be-happy-when-you-could-be-creative

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