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The Phenomenology and the Philosophy of Running: The multiple dimensions of long-distance running , written by Koski, T. (2015)

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Affiliations: 1: Darton State College


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1. Burfoot A. The runner’s guide to the meaning of life 2000 New York, NY Daybreak
2. Heidegger M. Macquarrie J., Robinson E. Being and time 1978 Southampton Basil and Blackwell
3. Rauhala L. Humanistinen psykologica 1991 Helsinki Yliopistopaino
4. Roos J. P. Liikunta ja elämäntapa 1989 Jyväskylä Jyväskylän yliopisto
5. Sheehan G. Running and being 1978 Red Bank, NJ Second Wind II

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