Randolph Feezell reflects on the nature of sport and play in an attempt to explain, ‘Why are so many people involved in, and attracted to, sport?’. The book is written as a series of essays connected to the central question. The style of writing is practical and straightforward as the author allows his views to emerge through dialogue with other theorists. Through this engagement, the reader interacts with the philosophical positioning of the theorists that have been influential and decisive in developing and progressing Feezells’ theses. I found Sport, play & ethical reflection an interesting read as each of the topics was well discussed in an accessible manner.
|Number of pages||3|
|Specialist publication||Sport, Education and Society|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|