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Episodes

4 – Policy & Pretend: How To Create Plans In Debate (ft. Kristina Rietveld)

7/4/2019
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Time for Episode 4! We’re going for the long episode today, which includes a new segment called What’s Topical Today. In this segment we briefly glance at several newsworthy events for the week & explain why each is significant. Today we’ll be covering a lot, beginning with the value of roleplaying government in debate. Anecdotally … Continue reading 4 – Policy & Pretend: How To Create Plans In Debate (ft. Kristina Rietveld) →

Duration:00:46:48

3 – (Blitz) What’s Topical About Venezuela?

5/14/2019
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Welcome to Episode 3, where I mispronounce “hegemony” at least once. I’ll be playing around with a new mini “Blitz” episode this week, which intends to cover a debatable topic in the span of 20-25 minutes. Each Blitz episode will be loosely organized in the style of debate cases, which includes a Framework, Background, & … Continue reading 3 – (Blitz) What’s Topical About Venezuela? →

Duration:00:24:11

2 – Arguments: The Toulmin Model Of Argumentation (ft. Dr. Gary Rybold)

4/5/2019
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Stephen Toulmin – British logician, author, & educator – is well-known for his volumes of works on ethics & philosophical reasoning, but even more recognizable than those volumes is his contribution to the way we think about arguments. Arguments aren’t passive – they’re data-driven, impact-heavy battering rams of reasoning; in this endeavor, Toulmin was a … Continue reading 2 – Arguments: The Toulmin Model (ft. Dr. Gary Rybold) →

Duration:00:47:06

1 – Pilot: Welcome to Staying Topical! (ft. Tristen Tucker)

3/4/2019
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Welcome to the first episode of the program! In this podcast that explores the world of debate, we’ll first take a look at similarities/differences between TV debates & academic debate. Afterwards, we’ll take a dive into the history behind debate, which began in the early 1900s. Finally, we’ll examine a few ground rules that make … Continue reading 1 – Pilot: Welcome to Staying Topical! (ft. Tristen Tucker) →

Duration:00:51:08