The ontology of team: a teleo-structural account

Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 47 (3):462-476 (2020)
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An explication of the notion of sports team involves a structural and a teleological element. The basis of a team is structural – a team is a group that containing a Distributed Internal Decision (...



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