Posts tagged with: Plans

10 Things I Like and Don’t Like (Bob Overing)

The first edition of “10 Things I Like and Don’t Like” by Bob Overing features the Harvard-Westlake tournament, K vs Theory debates, “We,” and more…

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Plans are Good: September-October 2016 Edition by Bob Overing

In this edition of The Meta, Bob applies the typical pragmatic justifications for plans to the September/October 2016 topic. In a surprising twist, he also makes semantic arguments for plans — what do you think?

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A Concluding Thought on Jury Nullification and Plans – Bob Overing

By Bob Overing 1 – S’quo or No I watched an octas debate at the Glenbrooks this year between Ollie Sussman from Cambridge Rindge and Latin and Neal Kapoor from Lake Highland Prep on the jury nullification topic and the […]

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Topicality and Plans in LD: A Reply to Nebel by Bob Overing

Last week, Nebel argued that topicality is not a voting issue in LD. I offer reasons to reject his view based on fairness and a rejection of his faulty assumptions about LD resolutions and topicality.

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Util/Trutil with Tom Placido: 5 Ways to Research Plans

Welcome to this week’s installment of Util/Trutil. Today’s article will discuss five different ways to research plans generally, with some advice and applications for the new topic. Let’s jump right in!  1. Write Down Examples. No one actually researches away from […]

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