Jesús Ilundáin-Agurruza

Associate Professor of Philosophy, Linfield College

Jesús Ilundáin-Agurruza, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Linfield College (Oregon), received the 2011-2012 Samuel H. Graf Faculty Achievement Award and was the 2008-2009 Allen & Pat Kelley Faculty Scholar. Currently he serves as conference chair for the International Association for the Philosophy of Sport. He is the co-editor with M. Austin of Cycling—Philosophy for Everyone. He has published articles in journals such as Sports, Ethics, and Philosophy and Proteus, and written chapters for both scholarly and popular imprint anthologies on sports and risk, the Olympic Games, soccer, hunting, sailing, martial arts, childhood and sports, and literature. Pedalling and swimming are his favored ways of moving about in life.

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Life and Movement

Friday, October 26th
7:00 - 9:00PM

Past Event

How does the study of evolution, coordination dynamics, sports, social interactions, and aesthetics help us understand movement and life? In this roundtable, we will explore: movement and objects as distinctively different “things” to study; coordination dynamics and intrinsic dynamics and tendencies; kinesthesia; the evolution of social coordination; how, in the living company of others, we… read more »