Malone Urfalian ParadigmLast changed 11/7 2:53P PST
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Notre Dame High School - 2018
I have not looked into the 2020-2021 topic extensively, but have been coaching/judging pretty regularly. take that as you will.
Framework: I think this is question of competing visions of both debate and how to operate within intellectual spaces. Procedural fairness is an internal link that needs to be impacted - on its own saying "but procedural fairness" is not responsive to kritikal arguments.
I am pretty well read
I love innovative arguments, impact turns, and re-highlighted evidence.
I like to read, I think the best arguments and debates happen when all parties are familiar with the ideas being discussed, that creates a depth based environment. Metabolization of information takes time and energy, but the skills gained from it is well worth it. I enjoy debates that make me critically think beyond weighing impacts or weigh causes.
If your opponents don't know why they are losing the round you aren't debating well, if you're well read on the lit base you are debating you should be able to explain it to them during your speech while still making convincing arguments that i could vote on.
have a groovy round
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