By Walter Thomas Schmid
This ebook describes the actual, emotional, psychological, and moral elements of the sport and the way they impression golfing guideline. It appears to be like at golfing as play, video game, activity, and spectacle, discusses golf’s heroes, groups, and traditions, and analyzes the function of the virtues in golfing, linking them to self-fulfillment, the final word reliable of golfing adventure. The e-book concludes with discussions of vintage works of golfing literary and movie paintings, together with Caddyshack, lacking hyperlinks, Tin Cup, and Golf within the Kingdom, which have a good time its follies and glories.
The indisputable fact that golfing can function a playful laboratory to check oneself is a deep a part of the game’s appeal. golfing, if performed good, conveys an adventure which unites happiness, excellence, and interpersonal flourishing. This e-book strives to offer an account of golfing either because it is and because it should be—how golfers may perhaps increase their video games or even themselves, in significant play.
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Golf as Meaningful Play: A Philosophical Guide (Studies in Philosophy of Sport) by Walter Thomas Schmid