5 edition of Football and philosophy found in the catalog.
Football and philosophy
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Michael W. Austin ; with a foreword by Joe Posnanski.|
|Series||The philosophy of popular culture|
|Contributions||Austin, Michael W.|
|LC Classifications||GV959 .F55 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008007853|
Soccer, according to Simon Critchley’s new book “What We Think About When We Think About Soccer,” is “working-class ballet.” Likewise, Critchley is what one might call a “working-class philosopher,” by which I mean he sees philosophy as a proletarian concern rather than an elite activity to be practiced in ivory : Tyler Malone. In a blissfully funny, vintage Monty Python sketch, there is a soccer game between Germany and Greece in which the players are leading philosophers. The always formidable Germany, captained by "Nobby" Author: John Heilpern.
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―Books & Culture" "Football and Philosophy forays into some time honored issues as it considers the philosophy of winning in light of the NFL's most legendary coach, Vince Lombardi, and contemplates the concepts of sportsmanship, virtue, friendship, and failure.3/5(1).
The Philosophy of Football presents the first sustained, in-depth philosophical investigation of the phenomenon of football. In explaining the complex nature of football, the book draws on literature in sociology, history, psychology and beyond, offering real-life examples of footballing actions alongside illuminating thought Football and philosophy book Routledge.
" Soccer and Philosophy is a passionate exploration of the meaning of soccer seen through the eyes of some of the greatest thinkers. Whether you're Football and philosophy book player, a coach, a soccer mom, a referee, or a fan, this is a must read book.".
"Ted Richards, the Special One of philosophy 4/5(13). --Books & Culture" -- ""Football and Philosophy forays into some time honored issues as it considers the philosophy of winning in light of the NFL's most legendary coach, Vince Lombardi, and contemplates the concepts of sportsmanship, virtue, friendship, and : Michael W.
Austin. Football and Philosophy also forays into some time honored issues as it considers the philosophy of winning in light of the NFL's most legendary coach, Vince Lombardi, and contemplates the concepts of sportsmanship, virtue, friendship, and failure.
While the book /5. I’m a football fan with little knowledge of philosophy and from my perspective the book was a combination of the obvious and the unconvincing. The one interesting insight is the idea that what makes watching football so popular is that the game represents an optimal combination of skill and luck/5(9).
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Football: The Philosophy Behind the Game (Little Books That Make You Think). Football: The Philosophy Behind the Game (Little Books That Make You Think) - Kindle edition by Mumford, Stephen/5(8).
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Football and Philosophy: Going Deep, edited by Michael W. Austin, reveals how a sport followed by millions reflects our deeper values, beliefs, and priorities. Austin and other contributing writers bring unique perspectives to this thought-provoking collection of essays.
The philosophy of football: a complete perspective The philosophy of football: a complete perspective 11/07/ by Virgil, contained in the second book of his epic agricultural poem, Georgics, is beautifully succinct. It is deeply profound in that it calls for an undiluted desire for learning.
Indeed, the phrase itself is used by numerous. Stephen Mumfords short monograph on football(soccer) is a philosophical love letter to the game. His goal is to explain, from a philosophic point of view, why football has such a hold on us.
Worldwide, its the most popular game and this has given rise to any number of theories of why that is and what that means about the world or about the game/5. Football is the most popular sport on the planet partly because it's so simple to play - but as philosopher, novelist and avid fan Stephen Mumford shows, behind the straightforward rules of the game there lurks a world of intriguing s: 0.
Football and Philosophy engages in the debates of both groups, illuminating how the fields are intertwined. So whether they love or hate the college bowl system or disagree on whether the NFL has an ego problem, readers of this book will undoubtedly find much to ponder about America's favorite game.
Football and Philosophy: Going Deep, edited by Michael W. Austin, reveals how a sport followed by millions reflects our deeper values, beliefs, and priorities. Austin and other contributing writers bring unique perspectives to this thought-provoking collection of : Michael W.
Austin. This is an old-fashioned football book, full of evocative photographs, interviews and anecdotes rather than philosophical musing or tactical theory, but as its subject matter neatly encompasses my Author: Guardian Sport.
The Philosophy of Football: In Shadows of Marcelo Bielsa delivers best in its attempt to celebrate football played between lines: between the opposition midfield and defensive lines. Between enemy lines In the eighteen chapters of Davies’ book, no page is without the theme of placing value upon a pass and tackling the war in that exists /5(5).
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These soccer coaching books will help coaches on tactics, drills, teambuilding, training, etc. i'm always here for a deep dive into the philosophy of football. this book isn't quite that -- critchley tends to write in broad strokes rather than drilling down into the nitty gritty of both football and philosophical concepts -- but it's enough to whet the palate and get your mind turning.
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