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Oxford University Press (2019)

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Thomas Hurka
University of Toronto, St. George Campus
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A distinguished group of philosophers discuss a wide range of issues about games, sport, and play - a topic largely neglected in recent philosophical literature. They ask consider what games and sports have in common, pose questions about their value, and add philosophical voices to the on-going debates in game studies.
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