It is often thought that sport is highly incompatible with play, since the competitiveness of sport requires a degree of seriousness and commitment that are at odds with the freedom of play. However, this paper will argue that the competitive fullness of sport is compatible with play, even if not perfectly coextensive with it.
"Ontological Possibilties: Sport as Play,"
Philosophic Exchange: Vol. 3
, Article 13.
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