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Philosophy and Kinesiology: A Tenuous Past and an Uncertain Future

William J. Morgan

rules that, as just noted, put in question formalism’s normative bona fides. This theory, dubbed by Bob Simon as “broad internalism” or simply “interpretivism” ( 2007 ), claims that there are important principles of athletic conduct in addition to rules that give us determinative guidance as to how to

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“We React Less. We React Differently. We React Better”: A Case Study of a Mindfulness-Based Intervention for Olympic Referee Performance

Mattia Piffaretti and Benjamin Carr

internal attention. We can assume that for referees, narrow internal attention is applied in specific situations of play and precise application of rules, whereas broad internal attention would apply more to the knowledge and application of the laws of the game by taking in consideration the global

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Challenges, Achievements, and Uncertainties: The Philosophy of Sport Since the 1980s

R. Scott Kretchmar and Cesar R. Torres

.1080/00948705.1999.9714577 . 10.1080/00948705.1999.9714577 Russell , J.S. ( 2007 ). Broad internalism and the moral foundation of sport . In W.J. Morgan (Ed.), Ethics in Sport ( 2nd ed. , pp.  51 – 66 ). Human Kinetics . Sailors , P. ( 2020 ). Transgender and intersex athletes and the women’s category in sport

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What Is the Value of Pursuing Optimal Athletic Performance?

Cesar R. Torres

Sport, 32 ( 1 ), 1 – 19 . doi:10.1080/00948705.2005.9714667 Russell , J.S. ( 2007a ). Broad internalism and the moral foundations of sport . In W.J. Morgan (Ed.), Ethics in sport ( 2nd ed. , pp.  51 – 66 ). Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics . Russell , J.S. ( 2007b ). Children and