|Series editors' preface||ix|
|Introduction: the fair play argument||xiii|
|1 Sport competitions: rules, goals, and social logic ||1|
|Sport and sport competitions ||1|
|2 A moral point of view ||17|
|3 Right sport competitions: fairness ||41|
|Fairness: a preliminary norm ||41|
|Formal, distributive and procedural justice ||43|
|Sport competitions as experiments ||44|
|Inequality in sport competitions: athletic performance ||65|
|Unequal treatment and actual inequalities in sport competitions ||83|
|4 Good sport competitions: play ||107|
|Sport: play, work or war? ||107|
|Good competitions as the realization of intentional goals ||109|
|Utilitarianism applied ||110|
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Book title: Fair Play in Sport: A Moral Norm System.
Contributors: Sigmund Loland - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2002.
Page number: vii.
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