Here, in no particular order, are some books we’ve found useful:

Ethics for Adversaries, by Arthur Isak Applbaum (Princeton University Press, 2000)

The Ethic of Competition, by Frank Knight (Transaction Publishers, 1997)

On the Side of the Angels: An Appreciation of Parties and Partisanship, by Nancy L. Rosenblum (Princeton University Press, 2008)

Lawyers and Justice: an Ethical Study, by David Luban (Princeton University Press, 1988)

Economics Without Illusions: Debunking the Myths of Modern Capitalism, by Joseph Heath (Crown Business, 2010)

A Modern Legal Ethics: Adversary Advocacy in a Democratic Age, by Daniel Markovits (Princeton University Press, 2011)

The philosophy of sport: a collection of original essays, by Osterhoudt, Robert, ed. (Charles Thomas Publisher, 1973)

Philosophic Inquiry in Sport, by William J Morgan and Klaus V. Meier, eds. (Human Kinetics Publishers; 2nd edition, 1995)

Ethics in Sport, by William J Morgan (Human Kinetics, 2 edition 2007)

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