University of Chicago Press (2009)

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Daniel Dombrowski
Seattle University
Abstract
The ancient background -- Weiss and the pursuit of bodily excellence -- Huizinga and the homo ludens hypothesis -- Feezell, moderation, and irony -- The process of becoming virtuous.
Keywords Sports Philosophy  Sports  Sports in literature  Greek literature
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ISBN(s) 9780226155463   0226155463   1459605926
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