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- Jussi Backman, A Religious End of Metaphysics? Heidegger, Meillassoux and the Question of Fideism.No categories
- Jarno Hietalahti, The Dynamic Concept of Humor : Erich Fromm and the Possibility of Humane Humor.This dissertation focuses on the social philosophy of humor from the viewpoint of Erich Fromm’s critical humanistic thinking. The work consists of an introduction and four individual articles. The introduction discusses Fromm’s theories in relation to the phenomenon of humor to provide a basis for the articles. The central aim is to understand the dynamic nature of humor and how it is related to the problem of being a paradoxical creature, that is, a human being. It is claimed that humor (...)No categories
- Noora J. Ronkainen, Anna Kavoura & Tatiana V. Ryba, Narrative and Discursive Perspectives on Athletic Identity : Past, Present, and Future.Objectives The dominant role-based conceptualisations of athletic identity have recently been challenged in favour of theoretical perspectives that view identity as a complex cultural construction. In the present study, we analysed empirical studies on athletic identity positioned in narrative and discursive approaches to gain an insight into the use and subsequent contribution of these approaches to knowledge production in this research topic. Design and method A total of 23 articles, of which 18 narrative studies and five discursive studies, were identified (...)No categories