Posts tagged with: Theory

Ethical Modesty Part 3 by Bob Overing and Adam Bistagne

This time, Bob and Adam argue that judges should adopt EM as a paradigmatic default.

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Theory Spikes, Meta-Theory and Embedded Clash by Bob Overing

Theory Spikes, Meta-Theory and Embedded Clash: A Case Study of Kinkaid TG v Brentwood JL

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Substantive/Structural Fairness by Bob Overing and John Scoggin

In this edition, Bob and John add some clarity to the substantive/structural fairness divide.

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Debate For All: OCI’s Part 1

Jargon Plank – Interpretations are composed of one or more planks that prescribe what practices should be allowed. With a bit of practice, you’ll know it when you see it. The interpretation: The aff must not read a plan has […]

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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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