Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Recreation Theory and Philosophy

Guide created for Recreation Leadership Course with Dan Caston.

Definition:

The indomitable spirit is that part of a person which makes them unique. It is that part of a person which provides hope, strength and courage to get up and face each day with a smile. Indomitable spirit is perseverance on a long term basis.

Media/Videos:

Links/Documents:

Audio Clips:

In this episode of the podcast we consider a number of hot button words thrown around in public discourse today: nationalism, tribalism, globalism, identity, populism...the list goes on. Inspired by a podcast discussion one of us heard recently, we wonder if the whole tribalism versus universalism, nationalism versus globalism is really an age old clash between the unstoppable force of technological and economic development and the indomitable human spirit that balks at feeling like more of an object than a subject.


Search Almost Everything
Limit Your Results

Advanced Search | Classic Catalog | Publication Finder | Write-N-Cite | Help