Coroebus of elis first olympic champion 17

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Coroebus of Elis: First Olympic champion 17. Naturalistic view: held the body higher. Most popular. man should have a balanced program that would incorporate physical education and intellectual education, because man was perceived to function as both a spiritual and corporeal being. This approach necessitated achieving a harmonious balance among the spiritual, intellectual, and physical. 18. Antinaturalistic view: held that physical education was a servant to the intellectual process. The learning mind and a behaving body were the end product of a worldview that rejected the material world in favor of the self-created world of pure thought. The antinaturalistic view held the mind in higher esteem than the body. 19. Dualism : The separation of our being or existence into two components—the mind and the body—is referred to as dualism and is a critical compo- nent in the history of metaphysical thought and remains popular today. 20. Humanism: William Fleming are comfortable identifying the ancient Greeks with the philosophy of humanism, which provides a sys- tem of human conduct among members of society. Religion/Warfare: Religion: Life is a struggle and the outcome is uncertain so we call on the supernatural. Sports and games, and at some extent gambling represent life where time can be compressed and the outcome can be observed. Sports and games then are metaphors for life. Improving ones skill in sports increases ones success in the greater scheme of life…Preparation for war: running, jumping, strength, wrestling, swimming. Skill development: archery, dance, spear, sword, ranger fitness, ranger training and combatives training
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