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Part One: Theoretical preliminaries. Are there philosophical issues in respect of sport (other than ethical ones?) Ethics and the double-character of sport: final attempt to systematize the discussion on the ethics of sport. Part Two: Fair play and sporting behaviour. 'Fair game': rules, rawls and the limits of contractarian ethics in delinating the morality of game playing. 'Fair play': historical anachronism or topical ideal? Merely meat: respect for persons in sports and game. Part Three: Ethics and continental philosophy. Spor a way to the authentic self. In the zone: Heidegger and sport. Phenomenology and sport. Part Four: Ethical issues in physical education and the coaching of sports. The moral significance of physical education: anatomy of a problem. Moral development researcher's quest for objectivity: on whether the judgement-passi hurdle can be cleared. Physical education, morality and emotional development. Part Five: Ethical issues in contemporary sports. Multinational sports and literary practices and their communities: as essay on the moral salience of cultural narratives. Cheating and self-deception on sport. Sport is for losers. Must we prohibit violence and violent sports? 'How far can you go?' supererogatory acts and the limits of the sporting ethos. Index.