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Philosophy of Sport
What with the recent Thanksgiving holidays and the abundance of football during said time, I cannot help but think about sports in general. The main question I pose to myself is the following:
Why do sports exist?
(My thoughts on this are complicated. I will try my best to form them into complete, logical sentences.)
First of all, I believe that man has an underlying need to compete with one another. This is probably a leftover of the times of the caveman. We feel the need to exceed, to be the best, and it doesn't matter if we are the best at something that has no practical value to society, apart from that of entertainment- we are the best, therefore we will have a better chance at mating. And, you know, there are so called "friendly rivalries," and yet is this not an oxymoron? There is alleged "sportsmanship," and yet would not the best kind of sportsmanship be where you do not compete, but work together? Might this, too, be an oxymoron?
What are your thoughts on this? I would be interested in hearing them.
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