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Title: Playing Hockey with the Greeks: An Examination of the Relationships Between Contemporary Morality, Ancient Greek Morality, and Ice Hockey’s Morality
Authors: Kesselman, Aaron
Advisors: Lorenz, Hendrik
Contributors: Kohler, Sabastian
Department: Philosophy
Class Year: 2015
Abstract: By treating law and morality as analogous, and by treating rules and laws as analogous, I argue that ice hockey’s and contemporary society’s moralities are significantly out of sync. In fact, the morality of ice hockey, a game invented in the late 19th century, seems to resemble ancient Greek morality (circa 500 BC) more so than it does contemporary morality.
Extent: 54 pages
URI: http://arks.princeton.edu/ark:/88435/dsp01bg257h382
Type of Material: Princeton University Senior Theses
Language: en_US
Appears in Collections:Philosophy, 1924-2016

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