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Philosophy of Man at Recreation and Leisure

Christopher Berry Gray

In Philosophy of Man at Recreation and Leisure, Christopher Berry Gray identifies worldviews that welcome or reject activities of recreation and leisure. Gray rigorously examines the many dimensions of the human being, such as bodiliness, animation, mentality, morality, sociality, and spirituality. By doing so, he discloses the many activities that embody, exemplify, and reveal the human being. Philosophy of Man at Recreation and Leisure is essential reading for courses on recreation and leisure studies and philosophical anthropology.