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OOO is the argument that objective reality exists; there's not really a warrant for that claim, the impacts to the claim are questionable, and the link story generally requires severe misinterpretations of the aff.  Many people don't think its a real argument.

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What is OOO?

How someone articulated it was a that

 

Institutions have a unique set of institutional logic and communications that they follow, such as how health insurance companies communicate with people via forms and how there are 'codes of conduct' and whatnot that certain bodies such as Congress or the USFG follow that are specific to that institution.

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OOO is the argument that objective reality exists; there's not really a warrant for that claim, the impacts to the claim are questionable, and the link story generally requires severe misinterpretations of the aff.  Many people don't think its a real argument.

 

Also, what OOOists mean by objective reality is kinda hard to pin down.

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Also, what OOOists mean by objective reality is kinda hard to pin down.

because any interpretation of objective reality in OOO is just another instance of correlationsim; if anything it sounds like noumena 

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