Robert L. Simon is McEwen Professor of Philosophy at Hamilton College in Clinton, NY. He is the author (with Norman E. Bowie) of The Individual and the Political Order, Neutrality and the Academic Ethics, and Fair Play: The Ethics of Sport, Third Edition. He also is editor of The Blackwell Guide to Social and Political Philosophy, and is the author of numerous articles in political philosophy and on ethical issues in sport. Simon has held fellowships at both Stanford's centre for Advanced Study in the behavioural Sciences and the National Humanities centre in North Carolina. Simon has served as President of the International Association of the Philosophy of Sport and received its Distinguished Scholar Award in 2004. He has served as Associate Editor of Ethics and presently serves of the editorial board of The Journal of the Philosophy of Sport and the Journal of Intercollegiate Sport. He has been appointed to the Advisory and Editorial Board for the NCAA Scholarly Colloquium on College Sports by former NCAA President Myles Brand and was Vice-President of the Board from 2009-2011. Simon also was men's golf coach at Hamilton from 1987-2001 and several of his teams were nationally ranked in Division III of the NCAA during that period.
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