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Found 45 results

  1. I am a novice debater and I just finished my first year of debate. Me and my partner both agreed since I am the 2A I will write our aff, and since my partner is the 2N, he will write most of our neg arguments. We are both going to Michigan (although I have not been accepted yet) him 5 week and me 7 week. My team is a primarily K team, however, reading a hard right aff thoroughly convinced me it links to everything. What are some pros and cons of reading a soft left aff with framing and taking the util debate every time vs reading a K aff and taking the framework debate every time?
  2. So I run neg against a local team and they always run the perm - methodological pluralism. The specific tag is "Perm – methodological pluralism combines multiple schools of thought to reclaim IR as emancipatory praxis and avoid endless political violence." How do you answer this? Can you say they sever out of advocating for their own plan text? I specifically ran cap and security k against this team, both times losing on this perm. Anything will help!!
  3. Hello folks My main strategy against K affs are FW, and I know a good TVA can really go a long way in the round. I know open border and families are generic TVAs for most Kaffs but are there any more innovative and more spcific TVAs ideas out there. Specifically, I am looking for TVAs for ontological terror, Set Col affs or just semiotic affs that have also ties to race. Thank you
  4. Hello folks, I live in a region where there are a lot of K teams and my main strategy is FW. I have a pretty complete FW file and know the basic fundamentals of going for FW. However, I don't know the structure of going FW, or like is there a checklist that I need to run through ie when do I give the TVA, or when I have two impacts like fairness and dogmatism, do I give two OVs separately or just one big OV?
  5. For next year my partner and I are planning on running a baudrillard kaff and I was wondering if anyone had specific tips for a baudrillard aff as well as tips for running a kaff in general. Also if anyone has tips for answering framework that would be dope.
  6. Where can I find a file and/or a wiki entry for a forced clash K? I've seen it before run against Riverwood AD this year, but I'm not sure who so I can't find the cites. If anyone knows where I can find it or has backfiles willing to share or trade for it would be greatly appreciated.
  7. As the title suggests, i wanna know study the arguments read at the Final, especially that Campbell card that talking about or simply presenting potential actions is bad. Thanks
  8. Hey I'm in desperate need of a framework card that simply states small impacts are preferable to large impacts. Does everyone have a card like that or know where to find one?
  9. Hey I'm in desperate need of a framework card that simply states small impacts are preferable to large impacts. Does everyone have a card like that or know where to find one?
  10. the topic is: Resolved: The United States ought to provide a universal basic income. I'm writing a structural violence aff but it's my first time and I don't know how to do the framework.
  11. I'm at camp right now and am writing an aff case on UBI. The topic is Resolved: The United States ought to provide a universal basic income. I'd like to write a structural violence framework because that's what my case supports, but I'm really bad at framework and have never written a structural violence aff. I just need some tips/pointers. Also, if anyone has a stock util framework they can share that would be great.
  12. So, I've been working on writing a K for a couple months now for next year. I already have the basic stuff that makes it a runnable K, a good 1NC Shell, basic AT and AT Perms, a handy-dandy framework, and block extensions. This is good, but what can I do to make it great?
  13. I live in missouri or lay judge central if you are close this framework is a good idea if you want to bring a new aspect into how you debate in lay areas. This is an evolving file meaning I take requests and will keep making cuts and expanding when I learn more about what I'm actually looking to do for strategy.
  14. So, as i understand it, because K's don't have uniqueness, the reason the judge should vote on them is to reject bad knowledge production by the aff, whether it be epistemology, ontology, whatever. It seems like it's impossible to argue consequentialism framework on a K. Take for example neolib. Without uniqueness, it's impossible to assess the impact of the plan itself because we don't know by how much the plan spreads neoliberalism. That's why we argue instead that the judge should reject the aff on the grounds that they engage in neoliberal discourse and neoliberalism is bad for x y and z reasons. So am I wrong in this assessment? Is it possible to run a consequentialism framework on kritiks? Do all kritiks have to reject fiat and focus on in-round knowledge production? If so, is it possible to run framework on a k while at the same time running a PIC such as consult or condition, or any advocacy that links to the k, without performative contradiction? Thanks!
  15. I've been told that the best 2AC FW to read is "evaluate the consequences of the plan against the institutional adoption/enactment of the competitive alternative." Is this the best aff framework? What is the best wording of this FW? How exactly does this framework make sure that they have no access to K tricks, ensure fairness, or education? Or Reciprocity?
  16. hey all! i need help looking for carded answers to framework-- as in counter interps and usfg= the people (really need this fam pls). ive looked through all of the fw camp files and t camp files and cant find anything. where can i find some?
  17. I need some help figuring out a constitutional framework. Essentially I am trying to flesh out the idea that constituionalsm is a pre-req to morality- at least when the discourse is about rights in america- because when examining the "right and legality" in america, it goes back the constitution. I have heard of other frameworks, I am just trying to figure out how the framework works, and what I would need to argue
  18. I'm writing an affirmative for this topic: Resolved: The US ought to guarantee the right to housing. I was thinking of running something that said we need to provide housing for the poor to promote equality (egalitarianism). I need a viable criterion. Any suggestions?
  19. Hey so I am looking for a decently large K FW answers. Not just like generics but also some very intricate solid blocks. If you have something of that nature, pm me we can work some kind of trade out. Hopefully...!
  20. I'm a novice debater who's trying to prep for districts and I'm in desperate need of making a framework argument for a racism advantage based on border drones. please help me! all help is welcome due to the fact that I barely run framework so it'd be nice and stuff, thank you!
  21. Hi All, I was just at a debate tournament, and one thing that I learned when I was facing kritiks on aff was that my team's framework is very generic and easy to beat. Here is an outline of how it goes: A. Interpretation is that other team should read policy B. Reasons to Prefer i. Fairness ii. Education C. We fiat the plan and that's a god thing. Focus on political decision making... Are there any ways that we can improve our framework so that it is more difficult to respond to (preferably the reasons to prefer part)? Also, in jv or varsity rounds, how would you conduct a framework round (considering that every kritik team has a large response to framework)? Any tips? Thanks, AmAsKh
  22. Recently, I've been having some confusion over whether I should be flowing some arguments on framework or on case against planless K affs. Here's some questions I have: 1) Should the "reps don't shape reality" argument be flowed on case, or on framework? In recent memory, I have been flowing it on case because I consider it part of the solvency mechanism of the aff. 2) How about "discourse doesn't affect social change" (which is kinda the same thing) or "discourse cedes the political to the elites"? Should these be flowed on case or on framework? 3) This is only tangentially related, but does framework need independent voters? I have never seen a 1NC framework block that says "D. Vote negative because" but I'm thinking about including it in my own framework frontlines anyway. My reasoning is as follows: (a) Standards are usually voters in themselves, i.e. vote neg to preserve discussion of topic literature - best education. So I should not have a section devoted to explaining my voters, but ( Framework impacts are usually distinct from standards ("no switch side debate -> dogmatism") and framework impacts can usually be grouped under traditional Topicality voters, like fairness and education. Any insight on the matter would be most helpful.
  23. Hi, I'm looking for direction regarding using framework as a tool against kritiks read by the negative team in the 1NC. Sometimes, I find they preempt framework by reading a card along the lines of "your notion of fiat papers over important issues" or something like that in the 1NC. Most of the time though, their is no specific FW found in their 1NC, and they use the 2NC to finally develop FW, if it is to make an appearance in the debate. I'm getting sick of hearing, "they conceded our framework so that means you evaluate this round under the scope of [THEIR AUTHOR] and prioritize our impacts," when we both know they articulated only a semblance of framework in the 1NC. So, I'm here seeking guidance on how to write 2AC blocks that provide an interp and defend policy action under the resolution. Again, I'm not 100% sure of what this would look like. Are their any camp files that have pre-made blocks for this sort of thing? Do framework arguments against kritiks just devolve down to "reps don't shape reality"?
  24. Hello, Ive been debating for a year in the Oregon/ a little Washington circuit. A lot of the people who win the Washington bid tourney's run Util stuff, so I'm planning on joining the party. I was wondering if people had some solid Util justification, evidence, and tips on how to respond to the common Util refutations. I don't have much of value to give back to you, I'm sorry, I'm kinda new in the progressive theme. Anyways, pm me or post it here, thank you and have a nice day.
  25. I've heard this tossed around a lot but what exactly is "skepticism"? Is it connected to externalism? Or how we gain knowledge? Is there a place that provides a really good beginners explanation to it? Who writes about it? How is it connected to determinism more specifically, or error theory? I'm really unclear with this so sorry for all these questions. Any help would be really appreciated
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