Optimism

Optimism, like hope, is the doctrine and mindset that awaits the best and most positive of everything in psychology, ethics, and philosophy. It is considered in these areas as a current opposed to pessimism.

Optimism is a psychological and philosophical position that also has an artistic reflection. In a moderate form, medicine has been shown to be good for preserving the physical and psychological health and life of the individual.

The word optimism comes from the Latin " optimum ": "the best". The term was first used to refer to the doctrine held by the German philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz in his Theodicy Essays on the Goodness of God, the Freedom of Man, and the Origin of Evil (Amsterdam, 1710), according to which The world we live in is the best of all possible worlds. A similar position is held with different nuances by the philosophers William Godwin, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Friedrich Nietzsche. On the other hand, the spirit of some spiritual movements, such as the Renaissance and the Enlightenment, was identified as optimistic and full of faith in man and his possibilities, in the face of opposing and pessimistic times such as the Middle Ages and the Baroque.

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