KwithoutAlt Final - A. Interpretation: The negative must...

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A. Interpretation: The negative must provide an unconditional alternative with a credible solvency advocate with an advanced academic degree in a relevant scholarly field. B. Violation: [Generic] The negative criticizes an assumption without providing any alternative i. e.g. The negative advocates that justice does not exist but offers no alternative ii. e.g. The negative advocates systems of international law are illegitimate, but offers no alternative. C. Standards i. Ground. The negative can explain any disadvantage or logical flaw in the resolution without any accountability for those disads. The affirmative must defend the truth of the resolution plus any number of assumptions made either by the affirmative or the resolution. The ground loss is checked back only if the affirmative can generate solvency deficits and disadvantages through turns off the negative. This allows for the negative to retain critical interpretations of the affirmative and the affirmative to have a chance of winning off of negative arguments. 1.
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course ECONOMICS 302 taught by Professor Wayne during the Spring '11 term at Wayne State University.

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