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KineSophy: The Ethics of Human Movement
Once upon a time in human history, philosophers routinely considered superior qualities in all spheres of human life, including the physical, to be virtuous. Yet over the course of history, philosophers have increasingly concerned themselves with other-directed, moral virtues and neglected self-directed, non-moral virtues. In KineSophy: The Ethics of Human Movement, you’ll learn 1) the reasons for physical fitness that extend beyond the gym, trail and playing fields, 2) the three movement capabilities that really matter, 3) how to accommodate physical virtues alongside virtues like intelligence, honesty, justice and kindness, and 4) how to live your best life in all facets of existence.