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Practical Role of Philosophy in Sport: Case of Philosophical Consultation


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  • University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic


  • Brenifier, O. The art of philosophical practice. Retrieved March 16, 2019, from http://www.pratiquesphilosophiques.fr/en/welcome/?lang=en.
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  • Hemphill, D., & Smelter, R. (2008). Philosophy and reflective practice in sport studies. Retrieved March 16, 2019, from http://www.society-for-philosophy-in-practice.org/journal/pdf/9-1%2023%20Hemphill%20-%20Sports%20Studies.pdf.
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