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Publication Date: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Holowchak, M. Andrew
This anthology draws from philosophical, sociological, and psychological literature as it explores the philosophy of sport. The collected essays treat diverse and contemporary issues and inquire into questions such as: What is sport? Are female athletes of the same rank as men? Are many sports too violent? Should certain drugs be banned? Each essay is accompanied by questions and exercises that invite critical discussion. Highlights of this anthology Diverse, contemporary philosophical issues Summaries of each article and its arguments Questions, exercises, and comments following each article Illustrated with photos Glossary of key termsHolowchak, M. Andrew is the author of 'Philosophy of Sport Critical Readings, Crucial Issues', published 2002 under ISBN 9780130941220 and ISBN 0130941220.
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