Harry Potter, Philosophy, and… Tennis, Anyone?

Harry Potter sage and Philosophy Professor at Liberty University, David Baggett, has edited a new book, Tennis and Philosophy. I don’t play tennis and don’t care to watch it, either, because, as with hockey and cricket, I have no idea of what it’s like to play the game or what constitutes greatness. But I probably will eventually pick up a copy of Tennis and Philosophy just to read what Prof. Baggett says about the metaphysical aspects of the game. If you’re a tennis player or fan, I hope you’ll buy a copy and post a review here about tennis as competitive alchemy, a “resolution of contraries” in action over a mean…


  1. I really need to work on a book called Hockey and Philosophy.

  2. Go, Flyers!

  3. Go Hawks!

  4. John Stanifer says

    Go Ice!

  5. Arabella Figg says

    Go Pigeons!

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