Gamesmanship

@article{Howe1974Gamesmanship,
  title={Gamesmanship},
  author={Leslie A. Howe},
  journal={The British Journal of Occupational Therapy},
  year={1974},
  volume={37},
  pages={172 - 172}
}
  • L. Howe
  • Published 1 October 1974
  • Education
  • The British Journal of Occupational Therapy
“What are you prepared to do to win?” This is a question that any serious competitor will at one time or another have to consider. The answer that one is inclined to make, I shall argue, is revealing of the deeper character of the individual participant in sport as both physical competitor and moral person. To that end, I examine one of the classic responses to the question, gamesmanship, which can be characterized as an attempt to win one game by playing another. I contend that gamesmanship is… 

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