How should you prepare in the early days of the topic? Read to hear some tips.
Why is fairness relevant? Perhaps the better question is whether or not we should continue to answer challenges to the purpose of the activity with calls to procedurals (especially when those procedurals have been relaxed for positions like internationally fiated, solvency advocate-less multi-plank counterplans).
Why might reasonability be the preferred paradigm for evaluating theory debates? See the continuation of the debate from the first iteration of this article.
Despite having debated online for some time, people are still getting used to the new format. This article will focus on some things you can do to help smooth the adjustment, both in terms of your enjoyment of tournaments and also for competitive success.
Technical argumentation is a new to Public Forum. I want to focus on what this means for the format at-large. This post makes the case for teams to start learning technical debate.
This is part of an ongoing series of blog posts where I talk about Debate and Economics. In this issue, I discuss how the recent crisis, and part of its long-reaching impact, highlights how important economic issues are and their ability to hide behind many other impacts and scenarios.