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  1. Sport as a Valued Human Practice: a basis for the consideration of some moral issues in sport.Peter J. Arnold - 1992 - Journal of Philosophy of Education 26 (2):237-255.
    ABSTRACT It is argued that sport, like science or medicine, is a valued human practice and is characterised as much by the moral manner in which its participants conduct themselves as by the pursuit of its own skills, standards and excellences. Virtues, such as justice, honesty and courage, are not only necessary to pursue its goals but to protect it from being corrupted by external interests. After explicating the practice view of sport in contrast to the sociological view, the nature (...)
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  • Sport as a valued human practice: A basis for the consideration of some moral issues in sport.Peter J. Arnold - 1992 - Journal of Philosophy of Education 26 (2):237–255.
    ABSTRACT It is argued that sport, like science or medicine, is a valued human practice and is characterised as much by the moral manner in which its participants conduct themselves as by the pursuit of its own skills, standards and excellences. Virtues, such as justice, honesty and courage, are not only necessary to pursue its goals but to protect it from being corrupted by external interests. After explicating the practice view of sport in contrast to the sociological view, the nature (...)
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