What is the meaning of Pleasure? Concept, Definition of Pleasure

Definition of pleasure

1 Meaning of pleasure

The enjoyment is taste, satisfaction or the pleasant feeling that an individual feels with respect to the realization of any activity. For me it's really a pleasure to entertain them with this meal.
Also, the word pleasure is employed to express fun and entertainment. It's a pleasure trip in which I desconectaré out of my job duties.
Therefore, the pleasure is always be a sense or feeling of positive type, because those who live it or feel, revealed a situation of pleasure and euphoria.
Normally, the pleasure will be shown in our lives once has been satisfied fully some of the basic needs of our bodies, for example, with any drink thirst, hunger from a mouthwatering meal, or any other need that but it should not be considered as basic but which nonetheless reported a situation of full satisfaction for example the soul or intellect, such as relaxation to counteract sleep and fatigue, sex, libido, entertainment for boredom, scientific knowledge or not scientists for satisfaction of ignorance, curiosity and the development of the spirit and different types of Arts to satisfy the need for culture.
Then, we find that there are different kinds of pleasures: physical pleasure (comes from the enjoyment of conditions related to the organs of the senses), psychic pleasure (comes from the satisfaction that generates in the individual memories of that fun, funny), aesthetic pleasure (it comes from the contemplation of the beautiful), intellectual pleasure (occurs the enlargement of knowledge), playful pleasure (it is the practice and enjoyment of the games)pleasure emotional (arises from love, friendship, family affections) and pleasure of contemplation (occurs during the contemplation of something beautiful, amazing, unusual).
When our body is experiencing any kind of pleasure usually present the following substances: endorphins, dopamine, serotonin and oxytocin.
On the other hand, the expression of pleasure is frequently used to refer the total satisfaction with respect to something or that there is no impediment or obstacle to the realization of such or such an action. You can paint a pleasure on my desk, there is nothing that is damaged.

2. Definition of pleasure

Etymologically coming from the Latin word "pleasures", the word leisure means like or pleasing. Who feels pleasure, feeling full, satisfied, whether physical, mental, material or socially.
The founder of utilitarian philosophical current, Jeremy Bentham, considered that the greater away from pain is joy or pleasure, it is more pure. Some of greater and lesser intensity, some enduring and others ephemeral, and according to their extension can be for only one or few, or for a large number of people. Examples: "I felt great pleasure with the visit of my son" or "the pleasure of the students in the school was immense when they distributed them books and notebooks".
The pleasure is subjective anyway. There are people who feel pleasure in reading a book and others that find it boring; and can say that the meeting with friends, travel, etc. There are those who feel pleasure in spiritual things and others commonly called worldly pleasures by the materials. The philosopher Epicurus, father of hedonism, valuing all that was pleasing to the senses, but put in addition to the pleasures that they fed the spirit. The pleasures should be enjoyed with caution to avoid the negative consequences of excesses, which lead to the antithesis of pleasure, which is pain.
The Utilitarians expressed the view that it is ignorance that makes that people can not enjoy the pleasures of the intellect.
Christianity rejected the material pleasures, not so the spiritual, looking for the ultimate and Supreme pleasure, serve to the creator, and live forever in paradise.

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