By Ted Richards
This choice of incisive articles offers a number one group of overseas philosophers a loose kick towards exploring the advanced and infrequently hidden contours of the area of football. What does it relatively suggest to be a fan (and why may still we count number Aristotle as one)? Why do nice gamers akin to Cristiano Ronaldo count number as nice artists (up there along Picasso, one writer argues)? From the ethics of refereeing to the metaphysics of bent (like Beckham) space-time, this booklet indicates football lovers and philosophy buffs alike new how one can savour and comprehend the world's favourite sport.
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