Baseball and Philosophy: Thinking outside the Batter's Box

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Index
Aaron, Henry (Hank), 185, 198, 199, 224, 262, 282
Abbott, Bud, 1
abnegation, 65
Abraham (Biblical), 66
Abrams, Roger, 298
absolutism, ethical, 112–13
Adam and Eve (Biblical), 176
Adams, President John, 154
aesthetics, 319
Agamemnon, 63–64
Albert, Jim, 240–41
Curve Ball, 240
Alger, Horatio, 159
All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL), 252–53
Allen, Ethan, J35
Allen, Maury, 155
All in the Family (television show), 155
Alomar, Roberto, 102
Alou, Felipe, 185
American Legion Junior Baseball, 253
Anderson, Benedict, 17
Anderson, Sparky, 153, 243, 306, 309
androstenedione, 314, 318
Angell, Roger, 80, 158
Angels in the Outfield (movie), 326
Anson, Cap, 43, 189, 333
anti-game, 92, 98, 102
Apollo, 278
Aquinas, Thomas, 131, 136
Arakawa, Hiroshi, 224–25, 226
aretē, 274, 278, 282, 283
Aristotle, 59–60, 61, 62, 124, 327
Augustine, St., 58, 131
Aurelius, Marcus, 274
Austin, J.L., 89–91
Babbage, Charles, 234
Bachelard, Gaston, 8, 12, 13, 15, 18
dialectic of, 9,11
on home, 9
bacon, Francis, 234
Baier, Annette, 165–66
Baker, Dusty, 42, 282
Bando, Sal, 151
Banks, Ernie, 43, 68, 185
baseball, 316–17
American identity of, 164–66
as anti-capitalist, 159–160
and arête, 274, 278
and batting average, 239
cheating in, 110–11, 121–22

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