MGW10-Pre-Workshop-F - MGW 2010 1/11 Pre Institute Framework UNT PreInstitute Framework PreInstitute Framework 1 Framework 1NC 2 Framework 2NC 3

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MGW 2010  Pre Institute Framework 1/11 UNT Pre-Institute Framework Pre-Institute Framework. ..................................................................................................................................... 1 Framework 1NC. ................................................................................................................................................. 2 Framework 2NC. ................................................................................................................................................. 3 Ext Fairness. ........................................................................................................................................................ 4 Ext Education. ..................................................................................................................................................... 5 A2: Ground/ You could say X. ............................................................................................................................. 6 A2: We’re key to Policy Education. ...................................................................................................................... 7 A2: State Bad. ...................................................................................................................................................... 8 A2: Won’t be Policymakers. ................................................................................................................................. 9 A2: Role Confusion. ........................................................................................................................................... 10
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MGW 2010  Pre Institute Framework 2/11 UNT Framework 1NC A) Interpretation—The affirmative should defend the implementation of a topical plan  B) Violation—They do X C) Vote Negative 1. Fairness—there are an infinite number of alternate frameworks the negative would never be able to  prepare for, leaving no negative ground. Ignatieff   2004 Michael Carr professor of human rights at Harvard,  Lesser Evils  p. 20-1  As for moral perfectionism, this would be the doctrine that a liberal state should never have truck with dubious moral   means and should spare its officials the hazard of having to decide between lesser and greater evils . A moral perfectionist  position also holds that states can spare their officials this hazard simply by adhering to the universal moral standards set out in human  rights conventions and the laws of war. There are two problems with a perfectionist stance, leaving aside the question of whether it is  realistic. The first is that articulating nonrevocable, nonderogable moral standards is relatively easy. The problem is deciding   how to apply them in specific cases .  What is the line between interrogation and torture, between targeted killing and unlawful 
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MGW10-Pre-Workshop-F - MGW 2010 1/11 Pre Institute Framework UNT PreInstitute Framework PreInstitute Framework 1 Framework 1NC 2 Framework 2NC 3

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