Competing interps vs. Reasonability Competing interps: creates negative precedence. E.g. Drop the debater not the arg. 1) Reasonability encourages judge intervention takes debate out of debaters hands 2) Not what you do; its what you justify. Send a signa
Common definitions Thihan Nyun defines economic sanctions.
Economic sanctions can be defined, depending on the particular role one would like sanctions to play in international affairs, in two different ways. Economic sanctions can either encompass every
B IDDING Run at least 2 ACs 1) Stock (util). you can put t r icks like a contingent standard (if theanswer the s tandard, it activates offense) FOCUS on fi rst two rouds. 2) Late prelims/elims = int ricate framework. Dont with util framework. Too p redict
Capitalism Is Delicious
Capitalism Is Delicious.1 Capitalism Good Frontline 1/.1 Capitalism Good Frontline 2/.2 Capitalism Good Frontline 3/.3 Capitalism Good Frontline 4/.4 Capitalism Good Frontline 5/.
I negate, According to the Oxford English Dictionary, ought is used to indicate duty or correctness. Note that duties are not necessarily moral considerations. Thus my value is government obligations because the resolution questions whether or not somethi
AT NEG AT Jury null is unchecked 1. False: There is an internal check which is there needs to be unanimity among the jurors, so they internally check one another. 2. False: The judges can remove the jurors in order to check them 3. This is impact is negli
Neg North Korea DA North Korea is beginning to back down as a result of recent U.N. sanctions, which has resulted in the seizing of cargo in Bangkok in December. Kim, Jack.
Estimates suggest the North earns more than $1 billion annually through arms sales
From his definition its illogical to both affirm and only refute his own definition implies the opposite burden from affirming. 2. If the second burden is true turn: sanctions is the lack of any action, therefore the act of not sanctioning requires resour
A/T Deontology 1) Everyone deserves equal due since there are no morally relevant distinctions between persons. Utility respects equal due by treating everyones interests as one and no ones interests as more than one. Deontology lets individuals claim inv
Analytic Framework VC: Protection of rights (util) 1) Side-constraints are meaningless without tangible benefits. My right to free speech means nothing if I am not in the proper physical state to exercise it, so ensuring basic needs always comes before si
Advanced Theory Interpretational debate delineates what proper argumentation should look like (what ground is allowed) Example: Multiple a prioris should not be allowed (Dont say this is bad because that doesnt mean you cant still win Multiple arguments t
Value - Structural form of the value Implication of structure Condition for being consistent with that structure Respecting the worth of moral actors A prioris need to follow the above structure False vs. not true False: The sky is red in order to prove f
A simple example may help to bring this out. Suppose a child goes missing and there are fears for her safety. This is equally bad no matter whose child it is, and there are some agents, for instance the police, who should devote equal resources to finding
2006 AP Exam 1. The "Three-Fifths Compromise" originally contained in the Constitution referred to the (A) proportion of states permitted to practice slavery (B) rate at which one slave counted toward congressional representation (C) number of African Ame
1. B 2. C 3. C 4. B 5. E 6. A 7. B 8. D 9. A 10. A 11. A 12. B 13. D 14. B 15. C 16. C 17. A 18. B 19. E 20. D 21. D 22. C 23. E 24. A 25. C 26. E 27. A 28. B 29. B 30. B 31. A 32. E 33. C 34. C 35. B 36. C 37. C 38. E 39. D 40. C 41. E 42. D 43. C 44. D
U.S History AP MC 1. The Navigation Acts were part of the British policy known as A. Isolationism B. Capitalism C. Mercantilism D. Monopolism E. Imperialism 2. Jacksonian Democracy was distinguished by the belief that A. an aristocracy posed no danger to