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The Expression and Interpretation from Aesthetic Experiences of An Ultra Runner
The study was to identify and interpretate the expression and meaning of aesthetic experiences from an ultra runner on Dilthey’s hermeneutic perspective. In-depth interview and literature analysis were adapted and the whole interpretation was based on Kevin, Lin and his written life story including “Running the Sahara,” “Running the Width of Life,” “Great Adventure of Kevin Lin,” “Crossing Polar Challenge in the Heart,” and “Challenging the Sahara.” Findings indicated that aesthetic expressions were shown as 53 different feelings, and the componenets behind were 11 meanings including Dream, People, Memory, Harmony, Relief, Spirit, Love, Content, Difference, Transition, and Mother Nature. To interpretate, aesthetic experiences are configurations shaped from intuition layered by three, from within named memory, meaning and expression. The core of an ultra runner’s aesthetic experience is his/her memory of athetic experiences, which always point back to meaningful and impressive moments. Feelings occurred at those certain time are called aesthetic expression.
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