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190 CM Environmental Pragmatism

190 CM Environmental Pragmatism - E-prag Adit Chipalkatti...

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E-prag Adit Chipalkatti DDI ‘08 Clark/Martin Environmental Pragmatism Environmental Pragmatism ..................................................................................................................................... 1 Stratajee .................................................................................................................................................................. 2 Frontline (1/6) .......................................................................................................................................................... 3 Frontline (2/6) .......................................................................................................................................................... 5 Frontline (3/6) .......................................................................................................................................................... 6 Frontline (4/6) .......................................................................................................................................................... 7 Frontline (5/6) .......................................................................................................................................................... 8 Frontline (6/6) .......................................................................................................................................................... 9 Pragmatism Middle Ground ................................................................................................................................. 10 Pragmatism good ................................................................................................................................................... 11 Pragmatism good ................................................................................................................................................... 12 Pragmatism good .................................................................................................................................................. 13 Action Key ............................................................................................................................................................. 14 Action Key ............................................................................................................................................................. 15 Aff Solves K [underline me] .................................................................................................................................. 16 Aff Solves K [underline me] .................................................................................................................................. 17 Aff Solves K [underline me] .................................................................................................................................. 18 K inevitable ............................................................................................................................................................ 19 Their Args are exaggerated ............................................................................................................................................................................... 20 Prag o/W the K ...................................................................................................................................................... 21 .............................................................................................................................................................................. 21 .............................................................................................................................................................................. 21 Framework Block (1/3) .......................................................................................................................................... 22 Framework Block (2/3) .......................................................................................................................................... 23 Framework Block (3/3) .......................................................................................................................................... 24 Perm Block (1/2) .................................................................................................................................................... 25 Perm Block (2/2) .................................................................................................................................................... 26 Perm Solves ........................................................................................................................................................... 27 Perm Solves ........................................................................................................................................................... 28 AT Science Links .................................................................................................................................................. 29 .............................................................................................................................................................................. 29 AT Ethnocentrism .................................................................................................................................................. 30 AT cant create radical change ................................................................................................................................ 31 AT its subjectivist .................................................................................................................................................. 32 AT pragmatism ...................................................................................................................................................... 33 That’s a bullet hole, it is not a tumor—Weezy F - 1 -
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E-prag Adit Chipalkatti DDI ‘08 Clark/Martin Stratajee Alright so this file is environmental pragmatism. You use it to answers K’s on the environment you don’t have answers to. Its not very long, but this basically most of what is available on the web. Ill put out a supplement soon with the books that need to be cut along with some neg (or aff) answers to this file. Good Luck Adit P.S sorry about the un-underlined cards, the OCR screwed them up really badly, and I didn’t have access to a printer so I had to leave them like that. That’s a bullet hole, it is not a tumor—Weezy F - 2 -
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E-prag Adit Chipalkatti DDI ‘08 Clark/Martin Frontline (1/6) Prefer the affs pragmatic approach—It’s the best middle ground, has the best long term enforcement and provides an ideal space for experimentation of theories Joel A. Mintz , Professor of Law, Nova Southeastern University Law Center; Scholar, Center for Progressive Regulation; B.A. Columbia University, 1970; J.D. N.Y.U. School of Law, 1974; LL.M. Columbia University Law School, 1982; J.S.D. Columbia University Law School, 1989, 200 4 , http://www.bc.edu/schools/law/lawreviews/meta- elements/journals/bcealr/31_1/01_TXT.htm To this observer, pragmatism —and more specifically the methods and attitudes of pragmatic thought— has a good deal to recommend it as a theoretical underpinning for public environmental decision making . As much as any problems that arise in the arena of public policy, environmental problems tend to be factually complex. 136 They often involve technically complicated issues of science and engineering , a multiplicity of institutional actors and commitments, rapid-paced changes in technologies and knowledge regarding their consequences, and far-reaching economic, social, and political consequences. 137 In the face of this, pragmatism’s insistent focus on particular facts, consequences, and workable solutions, along with its skepticism as to grand theories and fixed, dogmatic notions, appears to be a good environmental fit.
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