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20:03 Good: 1) If the resolution is going to be factually true then logic demands  “a priories” 2) Competitiveness – A priories demand for more clash between the Aff and the neg  because they have to be answered 3) Both sides are viewing the resolution as a fact making it possible for the Aff to place  an a priori on the Neg. 4) If both sides created an a priori the side that argued against their opponents a priori  better would win. This would also create more clash.
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Unformatted text preview: 5) Normative debate demands that the neg prove the aff false. If the Aff is winning its a priori 6) As long as both sides can make an a priori then each side has no turn ground making it fair, both sides have different ways out, and both sides can access the same amount of ground. Arguing against the a priories now becomes like normal debate. 7) 20:03 20:03...
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