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Bridging the Gap Between Health Psychology and Philosophy: An Existential Approach to Promoting Physical Activity

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Authenticity in the Perspective of Sport Tourism: Some Selected Examples

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Ars Vitae and Sport

. (2011). From phenomenology to existentialism: Philosophical approaches towards sport. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 5, 202-216. Nietzsche, F. (2008). The Birth of Tragedy . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Parry, J., Nesti, M. and Watson, N. (Eds). (2011). Theology, Ethics and Transcendence in Sports. New York: Routledge. Ravizza, K. (1977). Peak Experiences in Sport. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 17, 35-40. Scheler, M. (1992). Ordo Amoris. In Selected philosophical essays (pp. 98

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