Posts tagged with: RVI

What Does It Mean To Vote on an RVI

In this edition of The Meta, Bob rehearses some common arguments for disclosure in more depth by imagining the same debate in a world with disclosure and a world without it. He then moves on to tackle Martin Sigalow’s recent blog post in opposition to disclosure.

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Debate for All – RVI

Concept Sometimes you’ll hear a suspicious-sounding word in Scrabble where you’re not quite sure if it’s a real word. You can initiate a “challenge,” which is more or less an accusation that your opponent has cheated by using a word […]

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RVI and the K by Connor Davis

In this piece, Connor argues for a defensive RVI on Kritiks.

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Rethinking the RVI by John Scoggin

We need some way to find a balance between the necessity of theory and its overabundance. Is theory as a reverse-voting-issue the answer?

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