Does the number of conditional counterplans matter? This article explores an argument against quantitative accounts of conditionality
This is the last part of an ongoing series of blog posts where Daniel talks about Debate and Economics. In this issue, he talk about the microeconomic foundations of counterplans, building much of the groundwork for a discussion of generalized debate.
There’s nothing worse than seeing those last few seconds tick down on the timer and realize that something was going to go undercovered or dropped. Raffi Piliero writes about coverage in the 1AR in our latest blog post.
This piece by David Asafu-Adjaye explores depth in critical debates, vital for winning high-level rounds