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The Philosophy Professor & The Holy Book of Baseball

Chris Christensen tells a story of contradictory rules and faith broken and restored.
[Issue 115 :: August/September 2016 :: Articles]

Professional Baseball & Performance-Enhancing Drugs

Darrin Belousek considers different ethical perspectives on drugs in sport.
[Issue 102 :: May/June 2014 :: Ethics in Society]

Sport by Colin McGinn

Will Robins gets sporty with Colin McGinn.
[Issue 76 :: November/December 2009 :: Books]

The Psychoanalysis of Soccer

Stephen Longstaffe forwards an analysis by Marcel Sturrock, Professor of Psychoanalytic Studies at Watt University College (motto: “Watt U.C. is what you get!”), and the author of This Game Which Is Not One Half, Trevor.
[Issue 68 :: July/August 2008 :: Case Study]

Sporting Enthusiasm and Authentic Achievement

Hans Lenk reflects on an Olympic climax of achievement Former Olympic enthusiasm.
[Issue 62 :: July/August 2007 :: Articles]

The Gymnasiums of the Mind

Christopher Orlet wanders down literary paths merrily swinging his arms and pondering the happy connection between philosophy and a good brisk walk.
[Issue 44 :: January/February 2004 :: Articles]

Myles Brand

Myles Brand has just become President of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Formerly a philosophy professor, his academic research is into the nature of human action. Tim Madigan finds out how sport’s new philosopher-king sees his new job.
[Issue 41 :: May/June 2003 :: Interview]

Sports and Drugs (and rock and roll?)

Jessie Burdick wonders whether it is cheating for athletes to take dietary supplements, and we ask you, the reader, to tell us what you think.
[Issue 41 :: May/June 2003 :: Philosophy and Sport]

You’ll Swing For This!

Adam Carter examines the most morally corrupting sport of all.
[Issue 41 :: May/June 2003 :: Philosophy and Sport]

Sport and Moral Relativity

Hal Charnofsky argues that in a society obsessed with competition, sport is bad for our souls.
[Issue 41 :: May/June 2003 :: Philosophy and Sport]

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