The phrase “always be hungry” is at the core of the winner’s mindset. More than anything else, you need to have a constant drive to win and get better. This post will discuss the many different aspects of the winner’s mindset that is required to consistently push through to late elimination rounds at high-intensity tournaments.
Why might reasonability be the preferred paradigm for evaluating theory debates? See the continuation of the debate from the first iteration of this article.
This is part of an ongoing series of blog posts about Debate and Economics. In this issue, I discuss dedevelopment economics, sustainability, and a few applications to debate.
With increasingly sophisticated and pervasive weighing strategies, meta-weighing will likely become an important argument type to understand and read in a variety of rounds.
This year, there has been a huge uptick in the number of teams disclosing open-source on the wiki. Tons of high-quality cases and evidence have been made available to students because of this effort. This post analyzes the pros and cons of open-source disclosure.
The Public Forum Wording committee has developed a variety of potential resolutions for the 2021-2022 season. They are detailed in this post