Fans and Identity

Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 14 (1):92-105 (2018)
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This paper develops an understanding of the nature of sport fans that helps rebut the charge of nihilism leveled against identity anti-essentialism as represented in the work of Butler, Appiah, and...

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P. Michael Albert
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