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Seattle Analytic Philosophy Club Message Board › History of figure skating

History of figure skating

George
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Raleigh, NC
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13th or 14th century: A Dutch individual added edges to ice skates.

Mid 19th century: An American individual, Jackson Haines, invented modern figure skating.


George
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Raleigh, NC
Post #: 140
Bertrand Russell hypothesized that the wheel was invented by a small number of geniuses. May I hypothesize that the wheel was first invented for sport?
George
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Raleigh, NC
Post #: 141
1610. Dutch countryside. People play.

Hendrick Avercamp's "Winter Ice"

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