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Philosophy of sport : critical readings, crucial issues /

edited by M. Andrew Holowchak.

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Names: Holowchak, Mark,
Published: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, c2002.
Topics: Sports - Philosophy.
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245 00|aPhilosophy of sport :|bcritical readings, crucial issues /|cedited by M. Andrew Holowchak.
260 |aUpper Saddle River, N.J. :|bPrentice Hall,|cc2002.
300 |avii, 517 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references.
505 00|tSelections from Homo Ludens /|rJohan Huizinga --|tNature of sport : a definitional effort /|rJohn W. Loy, Jr. --|tTricky triad : games, play, and sport /|rBernard Suits --|tTriad trickery : playing with sports and games /|rKlaus V. Meier --|tMatter of life and death : some thoughts on the language of sport /|rJeffrey O. Segrave --|tPractices and prudence /|rW. Miller Brown --|tMoral liberalism and the atrophy of sport : autonomy, desire, and social irresponsibility /|rM. Andrew Holowchak --|tIs sport unique? : a question of definability /|rS.K. Wertz --|tWell-played game : notes toward an aesthetics of sport /|rE.F. Kaelin --|tAesthetic in sport /|rDavid Best --|tBeauty, sport, and gender /|rJ.M. Boxill --|tDifferences between sport and art /|rChristopher Cordner --|tThree approaches toward an understanding of sportsmanship /|rPeter J. Arnold --|tSportsmanship and fairness in the pursuit of victory /|rRobert Simon --|tCan cheaters play the game? /|rCraig K. Lehman --|tFair play : historical anachronism or topical ideal? /|rSigmund Loland --|tWhere's the merit if the best man wins? /|rDavid Carr --|tOveremphasis on winning : a philosophical look /|rJoan Hundley --|tOn winning and athletic superiority /|rNicholas Dixon --|tDark side of competition /|rD. Stanley Eitzen --|tInto the endzone for a touchdown : a psychoanalytical consideration of American football /|rAlan Dundes --|tViolence and aggression in contemporary sport /|rJim Parry --|tSports and speciesism /|rMaurice L. Wade --|tPaternalism, drugs, and the nature of sports /|rW.M. Brown --|tOn performance-enhancing substances and the unfair advantage argument /|rRoger Gardner --|t"Aretism" and pharmacological ergogenic aids in sport : taking a shot at the use of steroids /|rM. Andrew Holowchak.
505 00|tOn reaching first base with a "science" of moral development in sport : problems with scientific objectivity and reductivism /|rRussell W. Gough --|tEpistemologist looks at the hot hand in sports /|rSteven D. Hales --|tIs our admiration for sports heroes fascistoid? /|rTorbjörn Tännsjö --|tSports, fascism, and the market /|rClaudio M. Tamburrini --|tTelevision sport and the sacrificial hero /|rJohn Izod --|tWomen and masculine sports /|rB.C. Postow --|tTitle IX and gender equity /|rJan Boxill --|tMen's cultural centre : sports and the dynamic of women's oppression/men's repression /|rBruce Kidd --|tTitle IX : equality for women's sports? /|rLeslie P. Francis --|tWhite men can't run /|rAmby Burfoot --|tRacial differences in sports : what's ethics got to do with it? /|rAlbert Mosley --|tEducation for peace in sports education /|rFrans de Wachter --|tVirtue lost : courage in sport /|rJohn Corlett --|tAggression, gender, and sport : reflections on sport as a means of moral education /|rM. Andrew Holowchak.
505 00|tSport in the larger scheme of things /|rWilliam J. Morgan --|tDemocracy, education, and sport /|rPeter J. Arnold --|tSports and the making of national identities : a moral view /|rWilliam J. Morgan.
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