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Telo ako chrám: šport a pohyb ako súčasť životného štýlu

In: Etnologické rozpravy, vol. 29, no. 1
Ivan Chorvát Číslo ORCID
Rok, strany: 2022, 68 - 76
Jazyk: slo
Kľúčové slová:
telo, šport, dualizmus mysle a tela, sociológia tela, súčasné životné štýly
the body, sport, mind-body dualism, sociology of the body, contemporary lifestyles
Typ článku: štúdia / study
Typ dokumentu: štúdia / study
O článku:
The body as an object of study has only recently come to the attention of sociologists. For a long time, it was not perceived as a legitimate object of study in the humanities and social sciences. According to B. Turner, who can be regarded as one of the pioneers of research on body in sociology, this was due to the traditional understanding of the dualism of mind and body. In this understanding, the human subject was characterized by thinking, as evidenced by the classical motto of Cartesian philosophy "Cogito ergo sum". The meaning of human existence was thus exempt from the body and the corporeal. For this reason, the human body has traditionally been an object of interest for the natural sciences, and the thinking/mind has been studied by the social sciences and humanities. This classical division placed the nature-body-environment triad on one side, against which stood the society-mind-culture triad to which sociology has traditionally subscribed.
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Chorvát, I. 2022. Telo ako chrám: šport a pohyb ako súčasť životného štýlu. In Etnologické rozpravy, vol. 29, no.1, pp. 68-76. 2729-9759. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31577/EtnoRozpra.2022.29.1.04

Chorvát, I. (2022). Telo ako chrám: šport a pohyb ako súčasť životného štýlu. Etnologické rozpravy, 29(1), 68-76. 2729-9759. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31577/EtnoRozpra.2022.29.1.04
O vydaní:
Vydavateľ: Národopisná spoločnosť Slovenska / Ethnographic Society of Slovakia
Publikované: 19. 7. 2022
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