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  1. Sporting Integrity, Coherence, and Being True to the Spirit of a Game.Abe Zakhem & Michael Mascio - 2018 - Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 13 (2):227-236.
    The term ‘sporting integrity’ is widely used in the normative assessment of sports. The term, however, suffers from a lack of conceptual precision. Alfred Archer’s ‘coherence-view’ of sporting integrity goes a long way to help clarify what ‘sporting integrity’ actually means and the specific institutional and individual obligations that it generates. Archer argues that ‘sporting integrity’ essentially means that the constraints athletes face ‘cohere’, in the sense of applying consistent inefficiencies between athletic competitors. For example, those who use performance enhancing (...)
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