Abelian categories. An introduction to the theory of by Peter Freyd

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Point this out to reduce the validity of its claims. Strategic Willingness to Concede Portions of Case Refuting and attacking the affirmative case should be guided by strategy, not just the reflex action of disagreeing with everything the affirmative says. Therefore, you may wish to concede various portions of an affirmative case if that concession promotes your strategic interests. For example, if an affirmative notes that “unemployment causes stress” and that “stress can lead to harmful health effects,” you might agree that stress can have harmful effects, but argue that work is a much more significant source of stress than lack of work.

Repeating an argument fills speech time but does not act as an effective attack, and the affirmative can respond to the argument easily by answering it once (very thoroughly) and then referring all repetitions back to that answer. Specific Techniques for Attacking the Affirmative Case Often the negative has to quickly compose the arguments it will use to attack the case, so you should be familiar with the various forms you can use. These techniques should become “habits of mind” for negative speakers attacking the affirmative case.

Remember, when writing your plan, use wording from the resolution wherever you can, because your plan will sound more topical. • Be comprehensive in discussing solvency. Solvency is the most important stock issue the affirmative must prove in the first constructive speech. The affirmative gets no credit for pointing out a problem, only for solving it. Include the following in your discussion: • explanation of how your plan will work and why—Make sure your rhetoric and solvency evidence explain how and why your plan solves the problem or results in an improvement.

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