This paper is based on the fact that when Kantʼs ethics is incorporated into sports ethics, the concept of “categorical imperative” is dealt with thematically. In this case, two problems are suggested. The first is how the universality of the Categorical Imperative is objective in the subjective principle of the subject. Second, there may be excessive expectations for universal laws in Kantʼs ethics. Thus, in order to answer these questions, this paper focuses on the concepts of “Willkür” and “Wille” that would not have been noticed in the intersection of sport ethics and Kantʼs ethics.
Through these examinations, it is derived that the “Willkür”, which is the freedom of choice to adopt the rating of the subjective principle, and the free “Wille”, which Legislate the law as a form, have been confused. From the above discussion, it is suggested that Kantʼs ethics has a positive significance in that each player returns from the “Sinnenwelt” to the metaphysical opportunity without excessive expecttation of the universal law in Kantʼs ethics.