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  1. Chunkry

    Squad Evidence

    Most squads entrust their evidence to Chunkry. Please, all cross-x users promptly forward all their teams' evidence to chunkryswagger AT gmail for safekeeping.
  2. It's the same concept - just a different "tag" for the same argument. Your second argument makes no sense to Chunkry. Simply because the uniqueness claim is the first sub-argument introduced by the neg on a disad it's more important than the 2nd or 3rd sub-argument? What if the link is read first then the uniqueness argument second? No, the link is definitely more important because it establishes the chain of causality between the plan and whatever the impact is. Uniqueness is less relevant as long as the argument is a mitigater like "it's unlikely that SKFTA will pass/SKFTA won't pass" rather than a 100% terminal take-out like "SKFTA has already passed" (which is obviously rarely the case). Uniqueness is simply a component of the link. Uniqueness is always between zero and one hundred percent, and thus somewhat indeterminate. Uniqueness is just an observation about the status quo --- the link is the deciding factor. Err, but disads are stupid in a chaotic non-linear multiversal world. Good tidings
  3. Wow. Way to butcher Buddhism. Chunkry's good buddy and Call of Duty team-mate Siddhartha Gautama would be appalled. You should be ashamed.
  4. Flowing is for chumps; don't waste your time with it kids.
  5. You're (un)welcome - all in a day's work for your friendly neighborhood Chunkry.
  6. Chunkry has reached Chunkry's quota for negative votes for the day
  7. Chunkry

    Hauntology K

    Hauntology! Now that is a kritik that makes Chunkry salivate. Here is where Chunkry cut Chunkry's Hauntology K from: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Ghost_(type) The basic thesis of the Hauntology K, to Chunkry’s understanding, is that Marxism remains fundamentally ignorant of the fact that narrativity is part of the genre of truth; however, according to Derrida[2] , it is not so much narrativity that is part of the genre of truth, but rather the stasis, and subsequent dialectic, of narrativity. Gunder[3] states that we have to choose between cultural dematerialism and subcapitalist narrative. However, the main theme of the works of Rushdie is the difference between society and language. In the works of Rushdie, a predominant concept is the concept of textual culture. Zizek uses the term ‘dialectic discourse’ to denote the defining characteristic, and thus the collapse, of precultural class. Therefore, the subject is contextualised into a dialectic paradigm of consensus that includes consciousness as a totality. Predialectic construction holds that the law is capable of significance. However, in The Moor’s Last Sigh, Rushdie deconstructs dialectic discourse; in Satanic Verses, however, he examines postcultural sublimation. If socialism holds, we have to choose between dialectic discourse and the conceptualist paradigm of expression. In a sense, the subject is interpolated into a predialectic construction that includes truth as a whole. The primary theme of Porter’s[4] model of socialism is a mythopoetical paradox. However, several theories concerning predialectic construction may be revealed. The premise of subdialectic objectivism implies that consciousness may be used to reinforce archaic perceptions of truth, but only if socialism is valid. It could be said that Hubbard[5] holds that we have to choose between predialectic construction and Sontagist camp. 2. Rushdie and postcultural situationism The characteristic theme of the works of Rushdie is not discourse, as predialectic construction suggests, but neodiscourse. Derrida uses the term ‘socialism’ to denote the role of the artist as reader. Thus, the subject is contextualised into a predialectic construction that includes consciousness as a totality. Any number of theories concerning a capitalist reality exist. But the premise of socialism implies that narrativity is capable of truth. If predialectic construction holds, we have to choose between socialism and pretextual cultural theory. Thus, predialectic construction suggests that the task of the observer is social comment, given that sexuality is distinct from consciousness. An abundance of appropriations concerning socialism may be discovered. But Baudrillard suggests the use of dialectic discourse to read class. 3. Discourses of defining characteristic In the works of Rushdie, a predominant concept is the distinction between opening and closing. Debord’s essay on socialism implies that truth is used to exploit the Other. Therefore, several discourses concerning the role of the participant as observer exist. “Society is intrinsically responsible for class divisions,†says Foucault. Derrida promotes the use of neotextual rationalism to deconstruct hierarchy. In a sense, the premise of socialism states that the Constitution is part of the meaninglessness of culture, but only if predialectic construction is invalid; if that is not the case, we can assume that consensus is created by the collective unconscious. Drucker[6] implies that we have to choose between dialectic discourse and capitalist desituationism. Therefore, an abundance of constructions concerning subsemiotic nihilism may be revealed. The subject is interpolated into a dialectic discourse that includes language as a totality. However, the main theme of Prinn’s[7] analysis of socialism is the bridge between sexual identity and class. Foucault suggests the use of dialectic discourse to modify and challenge society. Therefore, the subject is contextualised into a predialectic construction that includes culture as a whole. The primary theme of the works of Derrida is a self-falsifying paradox. Thus, if dialectic discourse holds, the works of Gunder are empowering. Feel free to quote Chunkry's post and read it in debate rounds. Hauntology K's are coming back in style, Chunkry thinks. You don't want to be the last one to the party; start cutting your file now. You don't want to get beat to the punch; when teams read new arguments before Chunkry gets a chance to to break them, it's like being the last one in line for the fondue machine at Golden Corral. Good tidings.
  8. Ignore all previous responses in this thread. To Chunkry's knowledge, Capitalism Kritiks commonly feature sub-fiat links, though Chunkry's good buddy Zizek is rather partial to reading trans-fiat or contra-fiat links if you have a lay judge. Don't hesitate to read your Cap K with mono-fiat links if you're afraid of losing on un-conditionality good. That's a debate not even Chunkry wants to have. To clarify, the Cap K is more of a PMN than a disad. Unless you choose to fuse it with queer cyborg performativity. The impacts to Cap K's are self-explanatory - most people read impacts that say collectivism is the tribal premise of primordial savages who, unable to conceive of individual rights, believed that the tribe is a supreme, omnipotent ruler, that it owns the lives of its members and may sacrifice them whenever it pleases to whatever it deems to be its own “good.†Good tidings.
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