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SDI 2013 K Lecture

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Eric Morris

on 15 July 2013

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Transcript of SDI 2013 K Lecture

K
Thesis
Assumptions
Impacts
Judge
Exploring the Universe of the Kritik
Dr. Eric Morris
Missouri State University
Springfield, MO
ermocito@gmail.com

Link
Impact
Alternatives
Thesis
The central argument
Abstract
Difficult to pin down
Representations
Words
Impact Claim
Solvency Claim
Root Cause Claim
Inherency Claim
Illocutionary Acts
Cross Ex Answers
Tag Lines
Evidence Texts
The plan itself
Proximity
Probability
Priority
Magnitude
Extinction
"ism"s
Debate Round
Debate Community
Epistemology
Logical sequence
Root Cause
Systemic
Judge Space
Violence
Multiple
Solidarity
Endorsement
Rejection +
Rejection
Conditional
Alternatives
Agents
Texts
Passive Voice
Actions
Community
Government
Implicit v Explicit
Multiple
Often not well answered
Links
Topic K's
Basic K Refutation
K Tricks: Greatest Hits
Interdependence
Exceptionalism
Neo-Liberalism
Identity
Orientalism
Imperialism
Security
Economic Determinism
Perms
solves the impacts
Alt
not solve the K
Alt
not solve the aff
Perm
solves the links
Weigh the Aff
Alt
not Legit
Timeframe / Specificity
Role of the Ballot
No Value to Life
Knowledge / Method K
Second Order Refutation
Counter Kritik
Offense against the alt
Impact turn the links
Judge Choice
Root Cause
Role of the Ballot
A2 K Methodology
Impact Framing
Knowledge Production Valid
No Solvency
Alt Solves
Prior Questions (Reps, Ontology, Priority)
Floating PIK / Reps PIK
Plan-Inclusive Kritik
Ambiguity & Strategic Revealing
Tricky Perms
Severance
Intrinsic
Kritikal Offense
Performative Contradiction
Perm Dilemmas
But - does having a link kritik and thereby refute an important part or all of the 1AC
?
Hidden
Accessible
Representations
Ontology
Kritikal Affs
Links
= Topical?
Impact
= Impacts
Alternative
= Plan Text
Alternative
= Advocacy
Thesis
= Theses
Thesis
Links
= K of Neg Substance
Cross-Ex is absolutely critical
Cross-Ex is still important
Economic Engagement
Fiat & Plan Focus Good
Types of
Perms
No Prior Questions
Util / Pragmatism
Framework Development
Policy Offense
Links
= K of Framework
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