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Delbarton RT (Ryan Teehan)

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Contact info: [email protected]

I read Ks for most of my senior year, feel free to contact me if you want more information on anything I ran or really anything. Feel free to take cards from here, but reading the literature is the best way to get into K debate and to avoid looking like you have no clue what you're talking about in CX. I've decided to also upload some books and articles that I found interesting and think should be available to the debate community as a whole.


The Telemorphosis Aff

Run before TOC


Same thesis as the aff. I read this in half of my neg rounds at TOC

Read 2 neg rounds, the formatting of this K is somewhat disorganized, but it includes some extra cards at the end.

Read most neg rounds before TOC

Link to cases that focused on the proximity of populations to death and morbidity, unbroken.

Link to cases that map human justice onto environmental concerns

Read only at Blake

Some articles/books that I found interesting and think are relevant for debaters going forward (this will continue to update over the next couple weeks):

Books too large to upload (if you want a copy of these, you can email me):

The Wretched of the Earth by Frantz Fanon

The Critique of Practical Reason by Immanuel Kant

Kant's Opus Postumum

Kant's Theoretical Philosophy

Creating the Kingdom of Ends (book, not article) by Christine Korsgaard

Science and Metaphysics: Variations on Kantian Themes by Wilfred Sellars

There are some books that I only have in a language other than English. If you want a copy of these, you can message me. If there is enough demand, I'll upload them:
Mémoires des Esclavages (Memories of Slavery) by Edouard Glissant [French]


Interesting articles that may or may not have debate applications:


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This article criticizes Korsgaard formulation of Kantian ethics. It can also serve as an introduction to certain theories, such as Cornell Realism, ecumentical cognitivism, ecumentical expressivism, hybrid-expressivism, realist-expressivism, and neo-expressivism.



De Man:


Great introduction to DnG



Wilderson and Hartman: