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Baseball and Philosophy SC (2004) comic books

  • Issue #1-1ST
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    Popular Culture and Philosophy: Book 6 - 1st printing. "Thinking Outside the Batter's Box!" Edited by Eric Bronson. Professor Bronson asked nineteen intrepid philosophers who are also baseball fans to turn their penetrating gaze on this most American of games. The result has been described as a "philosophical home run." Chapters include: "The Zen of Hitting," "There are No Ties at First Base," Baseball and the Search for an American Moral Identity," "Damn Yankees: Why America Needs Reggie Jackson," "The Ethics of the Intentional Walk," "Saving the Twins with Rawlsian Justice," "Wait 'til Next Year: The Faith of a Cubs Fan," "Taking Umpiring Seriously," "He Missed the Tag!: The Ethics of Deception," and "The Asterisk in the Record Book: Roger Maris and Normative Assessments." Softcover, 6-in. x 9-in., 368 pages, Text Only. Cover price $17.95.