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Found 5 results

  1. diantonion

    K Lit to read?

    Hey y'all, I'm a semi-experienced policy debated from a fairly traditional/lay circuit and I have little experience with Kritiks. I'm looking to increase my knowledge of this form of argument, mainly just because I'm interested, but who knows when it could matter in a round. I understand how Kritiks work in terms of structure, but where I hit a wall is in terms of actually understanding what the heck is being talked about. So my question to you all is this: What is some k literature that I should read in order to familiarize myself with some of the more common kritikal arguments? I'll leave it up to all of you to decide what qualifies as "more common kritikal arguments."
  2. kylerbuckner

    Baudrillard

    If anyone has any pdf's of Baudrillard please help me out. I will trade files as well. Specifically The Perfect Crime, but I would like any of his books in reality. Thanks.
  3. diantonion

    K Lit to read?

    Hey y'all, I'm a semi-experienced policy debated from a fairly traditional/lay circuit and I have little experience with Kritiks. I'm looking to increase my knowledge of this form of argument, mainly just because I'm interested, but who knows when it could matter in a round. I understand how Kritiks work in terms of structure, but where I hit a wall is in terms of actually understanding what the heck is being talked about. So my question to you all is this: What is some k literature that I should read in order to familiarize myself with some of the more common kritikal arguments? I'll leave it up to all of you to decide what qualifies as "more common kritikal arguments."
  4. elysiumeagle

    Capitalism Kritic Lesson

    Hello, Cross-X. I am wanting to try some minor K debate so that I can have a better understanding of what I will be facing at Nat Quals. I was directed at either learning Anthro or Cap, so I choose Cap 'cause Anthro is really generic and not very strong in round. Simply put, my partner would waste his breath in the 1NC and the K wouldn't make it past the 2NC. However, I am pretty new to CX, and don't completely understand how a K functions in round. So, my question is how do you correctly run a K and where do I need to go to get more understanding on Cap Bad. Any additional info would be helpful. Thanks in advance.
  5. A Dictionary of the History of our Authors Who: You! You can comment on and edit this post with new authors. (Or elaborate on a previous post) What: A consortium of the Founding Fathers of Debate and what their principles were. (Answers to their Args?) Where: This Thread! Don't know some obscure author reference? Look it up right here! When: This page should be continuously updated as people add new authors. Or at least when I get around to it. Why: Because Novices need that place where they can feel safe, and secure. ThrowBack: Intro to Philosophy Original Page: Author Requests Start commenting those authors now! Last, First (Born-Died) Country .............................. Descriptions ________________________________________________________________________________ Agamben, Giorgio (1942, Age 73) Italian _________________________________________________________________________________________ Badiou, Alain ________________________________________________________________________________ Bataille, Geroges (1897-1962) French _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Baudrillard, Jean (1929-2007) French ____________________________________________________________________________________ "Bifo"- Berardi, Franco (1948, Age 68) Italian _________________________________________________________________________________________ Chaloupka, William (1948- ) ? (Huge Baudri-buff) ____________________________________________________________________________________ Deleuze, -DnG- Gilles (1925-1995) French _________________________________________________________________________________________ Derrida, Jacques (1930-2004) French _________________________________________________________________________________________ de Sade, Marquis (1740-1814) French Hey! We need your help on this one! _________________________________________________________________________________________ Edelman, Lee _________________________________________________________________________________________ Foucault, Michel (1926-1984) French _________________________________________________________________________________________ Giroux, Henry (1943, Age 72) American _________________________________________________________________________________________ Guattari, Felix (1930-1992) French Hey! We need your help on this one! _________________________________________________________________________________________ Heidegger, Martin (1889-1976) German https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Br1sGrA7XTU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A04RhtR0imY Hey! We need your help on this one! _________________________________________________________________________________________ Malthus, Thomas Robert (1766-1844) English ________________________________________________________________________________ Mann ________________________________________________________________________________ Marx, Karl (1818-1883) lClassless _________________________________________________________________________________________ Nietzsche, Friedrich (1844-1900) German ________________________________________________________________________________ Ray, Gene (1927, Age 9) American ________________________________________________________________________________ Spanos, William V. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Virilio, Was a Genius _________________________________________________________________________________________ Zizek, Slavoj (1949, Age 66) Slovenian ________________________________________________________________________________ ** Click on the name to go to their Wikipedia Page
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