Arguments for and against Enhancement in Sports
In this essay, the author presents an analysis of the concept of enhancement, discussing whether the line between treatment and enhancement has moral import. Following this, the author briefly reviews the history and status quo of enhancement in sports, and examines arguments for and against enhancement in sports, including the rule argument, “arms race” argument, giftedness argument, harm argument, fairness argument, core value argument, and humanity diminishing argument. The author concludes by discussing the future of enhancement in sports.
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