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  1. So we broke to outrounds today, but we dropped a prelim round to a team that read a "Suffering K" with stuff from shortest shadow. Also they made it a PIK in the 2NR. What would be the best strat to answer the K? Also is shortest shadow the same thing as Nietzsche?
  2. Okay, so one of our teams got hit with this K off the book Shortest Shadow about suffering and it's word for word the Rowland Hall Shortest Shadow/God is Dead Kritik. It links directly to ontology so it renders ontology framework useless, how does one answer this? Cites/Cards would be helpful, if not then just an analytical explanation would be great.
  3. a Pittsburgh Hegelian replies to Global "Hermeneutics of Suspicion"
  4. So I'm writing a Nietzsche aff for the new LD topic, it's "Resolved: In the US, public colleges and universities ought not restrict any constitutionally protected free speech." I've got most of the shell done, but as I was reading through it earlier I realized my link debate was total trash. I'm looking for at least one of the following (both would be preferable): - Attempts to restrict free speech are just an extension of the will to truth and only ever breed ressentiment through the aversion to suffering caused by certain forms of language etc. - The modern university/academy is predicated upon promoting post-socratic pedagogies/mentalities of the dionysian and appollonian worlds blah blah then I can read Saurette 96 I'm willing to trade for it, I have a ton of backfiles on most things, But I'd really appreciate it if someone could either hit me up with some good evidence or point me to some articles or books to help me out, I can't recall any places where Nietzsche or Der Derian wrote much about free speech/language. Thanks a ton! Note: I guess I have to change my signature now...
  5. Carlin : Nietzsche :: Louis C.K. : Heidegger (https://youtu.be/5HbYScltf1c) - from Dionysian joy in destruction to heroically confronting existential angst. This is the best (unwitting) summary of Heideggerean ethics I've read: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/29/opinion/29franzen.html. And here's Carlin at his most Nietzschean: https://youtu.be/vAp5UNYApHA - his version of 'eternal recurrence'.
  6. As someone who enjoys reading K lit, the wordplay and references entertained me. NIETZSCHE SOCRATES AND VOLTAIRE VS SUN TZU LAO TZU AND CONFUCIUS
  7. I'm looking for cap/Marx links to Foucault, genealogy, Nietzsche, or anything related. If anyone can point me in the right direction or has anything please help me out. Thank you.
  8. Hey y'all so I'm doing a report on Nietzsche in my debate class and I need a segment on explaining how to debate it as the Aff. Any suggestions as arguments against a Nietzsche suffering K?
  9. Hey everyone, I was wondering if someone could give me a pretty thorough explanation of nietzsche diceroll? I am a little confused by the idea of how a diceroll solves with the whole affirmation of chance, what ressentiment really is, will to power and truth, and also any tips that you have. Are there any tips or important things to know when running nietzsche? I sincerely appreciate any help.
  10. If you'd like to better understand the transition from Marx's critique of capitalism to Baudrillard's, watch these two comedy sketches respectively: Mr. Show's "The Fairsley Difference" (https://youtu.be/tP4yX2rkpBc) and Tim & Eric Awesome Show's "Prices" (https://youtu.be/hJ9yBgTp9UQ). Mr. Show relies on classically anti-capitalist themes: monopoly, false advertising, how small firms are driven out-of-business by corporate chain-stores; prices are still based here on real production and real competition. (There's even a Foucauldian angle to the adoption of surveillance security.) In Tim & Eric's postmodern capitalism, however, prices become pure simulacra entirely disconnected from the real economy. (There's even a Nietzschean angle to accelerating the system to its own destruction.)
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