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Chris Christensen tells a story of contradictory rules and faith broken and restored.
[Issue 115 :: August/September 2016 :: Articles]
Darrin Belousek considers different ethical perspectives on drugs in sport.
[Issue 102 :: May/June 2014 :: Ethics in Society]
John Tillson watches a world going mad.
[Issue 91 :: July/August 2012 :: Fiction]
Emrys Westacott on honour codes and strategic thinking in sport and beyond.
[Issue 90 :: May/June 2012 :: Articles]
Will Robins gets sporty with Colin McGinn.
[Issue 76 :: November/December 2009 :: Books]
Stephen Longstaffe forwards an analysis by Marcel Sturrock, Professor of Psychoanalytic Studies at Watt University College (motto: “Watt U.C. is what you get!”), and the author of This Game Which Is Not One Half, Trevor.
[Issue 68 :: July/August 2008 :: Case Study]
Hans Lenk reflects on an Olympic climax of achievement Former Olympic enthusiasm.
[Issue 62 :: July/August 2007 :: Articles]
Christopher Orlet wanders down literary paths merrily swinging his arms and pondering the happy connection between philosophy and a good brisk walk.
[Issue 44 :: January/February 2004 :: Articles]
Myles Brand has just become President of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Formerly a philosophy professor, his academic research is into the nature of human action. Tim Madigan finds out how sport’s new philosopher-king sees his new job.
[Issue 41 :: May/June 2003 :: Interview]
Jessie Burdick wonders whether it is cheating for athletes to take dietary supplements, and we ask you, the reader, to tell us what you think.
[Issue 41 :: May/June 2003 :: Philosophy and Sport]