How to Think about ‘Mental Ability’ in Running and Other Sports

Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 14 (1):106-122 (2018)

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Coaches and athletes often talk about ‘mental abilities’ that improve athletic performance in a way distinct from physical talents. But the existence of distinct mental abilities in sport is prima...

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