Part I. The Nature of SportChapter 1. The Elements of Sport Bernard SuitsChapter 2. Thoughts on the Nature of Sport (and the Philosophy of Sport) Graham McFee Chapter 3. Internalism and Internal Values in Sport Robert L. SimonChapter 4. Broad Internalism and the Moral Foundations of Sport J.S. RussellChapter 5. The Normativity of Sport: A Historicist Take on Broad Internalism William J. MorganPart II. Competition and Fair Play: Considerations of Winning, Cheating, and GamesmanshipChapter 6. Sportsmanship as a Moral Category James W. KeatingChapter 7. Sportsmanship Randolph M. FeezellChapter 8. On Winning and Athletic Superiority Nicholas DixonChapter 9. Cheating and Fair Play in Sport Oliver LeamanChapter 10. In Defense of Maradona's Hand of God Steffen BorgeChapter 11. Gamesmanship Leslie A. HoweChapter 12. Moral Victories Paul GaffneyChapter 13. Play and the Moral Limits of Sport J.S. RussellChapter 14. What Counts as Part of a Game? A Look at Skills Cesar R. TorresChapter 15. Intentional Rule Violations-One More Time Warren P. FraleighChapter 16. The Ethics of Strategic Fouling: A Reply to Fraleigh Robert L. SimonPart III. The Limits of Being Human: Doping and Genetic Enhancement in SportChapter 17. Cops and Robbers? The Roots of Anti-Doping Policies in Olympic Sports Ian RitchieChapter 18. Ethics of Technology in Sport Sigmund LolandChapter 19. Good Competition and Drug-Enhanced Performance Robert L. SimonChapter 20. Paternalism, Drugs, and the Nature of Sports W.M. BrownChapter 21. Ethics of Performance Enhancement in Sport: Drugs and Gene Doping Bennett Foddy and Julian SavulescuChapter 22. Doping, "Mechanical Doping," and Local Essentialism in the Individuation of Sports Jon PikeChapter 23. The Case for Perfection W. Miller BrownPart IV. Gender and Sexual Equality in SportChapter 24. Sex Equality in Sports Jane EnglishChapter 25. Mixed Competition and Mixed Messages Pam R. SailorsChapter 26. The Genetic Design of a New Amazon Claudio Tamburrini and Torbjoern Tannsjoe Chapter 27. What Is Gender Equality in Sports? Simona Giordano and John HarrisPart V. Select Issues in the Social Ethics of Sport: Race, Spectatorship, and PoliticsChapter 28. Sports, Political Philosophy, and the African American Gerald EarlyChapter 29. Is Our Admiration of Sports Heroes Fascistoid? Torbjoern TannsjoeChapter 30. What's Wrong With Admiring Athletes and Other People? Ingmar PerssonChapter 31. The Ethics of Supporting Sports Teams Nicholas DixonChapter 32. Not Crickets? Ethics, Rhetoric and Sporting Boycotts Edmund Dain and Gideon Calder
William J. Morgan, PhD, is a professor in the division of occupational science at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and holds a courtesy appointment in the university's school of communication. He has served as editor and has published extensively in the Journal of the Philosophy of Sport. He currently serves on the journal's editorial review board. He has presented numerous papers on the topic of ethics in sport throughout the world and has written and edited several books on the topic: Why Sports Morally Matter, Philosophic Inquiry in Sport, Leftist Theories of Sport: A Critique and Reconstruction, Sport and the Humanities: A Collection of Original Essays, and Sport and the Body: A Philosophical Symposium. Dr. Morgan is former president of the International Association for the Philosophy of Sport. In 1995, he received the association's Distinguished Scholar Award. In the same year, he was elected an active fellow of the American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education.