Debate and Critical Analysis: The Harmony of Conflict

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SUBJECT INDEX

A
Abortion controversy, 64-65, 104, 107-111, 156, 192-193
Achilles, great shield of, 6-7
Ad hominem, 231
Admitted matter, 132-133
Advantages
of counterplans, 167, 174-175
of proposed policies, 42, 53
Affirmative action, 184-187
Analogies
defined, 177-178 historical, 181-183
presentation of, 196-198
strategic value, 178-184
tests and counterstrategies, 187-196
Animal rights, 59-60, 61
Anticipation of opponent's arguments, 96-106
in presentation of analogies, 196
process of, 100-104
value of, 97-98
Arguing both sides of question, 3, 4
Assassination, political, 61-62
Authority, evidence, from, 76-83

B
Bard, Ralph, 171-172
Beecher, Henry Ward, 199-200
Benefits, 53. See also: Advantages Bentsen-Quayle debate, 22-23, 96-97
Biased Sources, 79-82
Bombing of civilians, 126-127
Brainstorming arguments, 70-71, 101-102
Briefing, 106-115
adaptation of, 113
concise response briefs, 107-109
detailed response briefs, 109-113
liabilities of, 114-115
value of, 114
Buchwald, Art, 123
Buddhist debate, 9-10
Burden of proof, 47-58, 149, 154-155

C
Case structures, 42-47
Casuality, 35, 87-90, 137, 182
China
debate in, 10-12
human rights abuses, 55-56, 84

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - The Nature and History Of Debate 1
  • 2 - The Structures of Advocacy And Opposition 30
  • 3 - Research and Evidence 69
  • 4 - Argument Anticipation And Briefing 96
  • 5 - Refutation 116
  • 6 - Counterpositions And Counterplans 150
  • 7 - Strategies for Moral Argument 177
  • 8 - The Form and Techniques Of Debate 207
  • References 233
  • Author Index 237
  • Subject Index 240
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