Immanuel Kant: Major Works

For Kant a good life is almost always a happy life?

Yes or no?

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Considering the way in which your question is worded, I would have to say no. Unlike Aristotle, Kant believed that moral behavior doesn't guarantee happiness, but rather that good will is indispensable factor for deserving happiness.