All posts by Sabrina Little

Sabrina Little

is a trail runner and ultrarunner for HOKA and Nathan Sports, and a Philosophy PhD student at Baylor University. She is trying to figure out whether it is more unreasonable to pursue mountain running in Waco, Texas (elevation 470 feet) or philosophy in the year 2018. Learn more about Sabrina on her website.

Dear Sirs, I am.
Dear Sirs, I am.
on February 19, 2020
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An essay about how we can raise the culture of our community through our own actions.


For Its Own Sake: Reflections on Leisure
For Its Own Sake: Reflections on Leisure
on January 15, 2020
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An essay on how running can be a form of leisure.


Competition and Envy
Competition and Envy
on December 18, 2019
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An essay about envy in running.


Thinking in Public for Runners
Thinking in Public for Runners
on November 20, 2019
22 Comments

An essay about how to converse online.


Ode to Some of My Habits
Ode to Some of My Habits
on October 16, 2019
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Sabrina Little writes about how habits can both positively and negatively impact your character and life.


The Worth of Physical Work
The Worth of Physical Work
on August 21, 2019
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An essay about the worth of physical work.


The Day My Goal Caught on Fire: Teleology for Runners
The Day My Goal Caught on Fire: Teleology for Runners
on July 17, 2019
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An essay about teleology for runners.


Trading Cleats for Sneakers: A Primer on Freedom
Trading Cleats for Sneakers: A Primer on Freedom
on June 19, 2019
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Sabrina Little applies the philosophy of freedom to running.


On Baselines and Finish Lines
On Baselines and Finish Lines
on May 15, 2019
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Sabrina Little writes about running in the Hoka One One Project Carbon X.


Practicing Bravery in My Sneakers
Practicing Bravery in My Sneakers
on April 17, 2019
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Sabrina Little talks about using running to develop virtues for life and vice versa.