Advanced Theory

Advanced Theory - Advanced Theory Interpretational debate...

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Advanced Theory Interpretational debate – delineates what proper argumentation should look like (what ground is allowed) Example: Multiple a prioris should not be allowed (“Don’t say this is bad because that doesn’t mean you can’t still win” Multiple arguments that become before the standard that are independent voters should not be allowed (tells judge what specifically are allowed and allows a better evaluation ) Violation – reason why opp. Fails to meet interpretation. IMPORTANT STRATS: violation contextualizes what it means to be specific to the interp. Say specifically where they violate the interpretation contetualizes a brightline for what it means to be in bounds/outbounds of interp. Standards – weighing mechanisms – basically criteria for measuring why we violate the value (in most cases, fairness) Don’t run too many standards –diminishing returns. Voter – reason why judge 1) Why voter is important in debate. Have a reason why the debater should be voted down –
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2011 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Trelawney during the Spring '10 term at Colby-Sawyer.

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