Fair Play in Sport: A Moral Norm System

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Index

a
abilities 67 -9, 71
advantage
and athletic performance xiv , 84
and disadvantage xiv , xv
distribution of xiv , 84 , 91
gained through rule violations 99 , 128
informal 85 -6
and luck and merit 87 - 92 , 94 -5, 145 , 148
sport-specific 85 -6, 88 , 90 , 92 , 94
aesthetic criteria for sport 92 -4
analytic (objective) criteria 94
Agassi, Andre 109 , 135
age, classification by 59 - 60
aggression 108 , 121
agon148
amateur sport 1
amateurism 62 -3, 107
anabolic steroids 79 , 81
Andersen, Anja 116
Angola 62
Apel, K.O. 3
Archetti, E.P. 119
Archimedes 12
Argentina 119
Aristotle 11 - 12 , 19 , 29 , 30 , 33 -4, 39 , 75 -6, 108 , 147
athletes
goals of 113
as moral agents 57 , 74 -5, 76
Olympic 12
rights of 79 - 80
athletic performance
and advantage xiv , 84
description 30 , 66 -8
and drug use see drug use
and environmental influences 60 -5
inequalities in 34 , 45 -6, 54 -6, 65 - 76
interpretation of 71 , 77 -8, 83 , 91 , 145 ,
measurement of see measurement, comparison and ranking and merit 153 -4n
and morality 71 -8, 153n
potential 125 , 133 -4, 135 -6, 137 , 141
and talent 83 , 87
Australian Open (tennis, 2000) 48
autotelic activities 14 , 138 -9, 141 , 149

b
badminton 96 , 106
ball games 46 -7, 52 , 97 , 101 , 135
see also basketball;
football, etc.
bandy playing 61
Bannister, Sir Roger 69
Barcelona, football team 61
base-jumping 77
baseball 11 , 93 , 123
basketball 3 , 5 - 6 , 8 , 55 -6, 83 -4, 56 , 86 , 90 , 93 , 95 , 96 , 101 , 116 , 131 , 136 , 156 -7n
Bayern München 61
Beamish, R. 82
Beisser, A.R. 119
Bentham, Jeremy 19 , 26 -7, 112
Best, D. 92
beta-blockers 79
bio-motor abilities 58 , 59 , 68 , 75 , 79 , 81 -2
body contact, severe 77
body size 54 -7, 60 , 67
Bompa, T.O. 58 , 70
Bouchard, C., Malina, R.M., and Pérusse, L. 72

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Series Editor's Preface ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Chapter 1 - Sport Competitions 1
  • Chapter 2 - A Moral Point of View 17
  • Chapter 3 - Right Sport Competitions 41
  • Chapter 4 - Good Sport Competitions 107
  • Chapter 5 - Fair Play in Sport Competitions 143
  • Notes 151
  • Bibliography 159
  • Index 167
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