22-23 Big Questions Debate Brief
Resolved: Humans are primarily driven by self-interest.
Our 22-23 Big Questions Debate Brief is 321 pages long and includes in-depth Topic Analyses by Jakob Urda, Michael Norton, and Adam Tomasi, 250+ cards, General Information about the topic, Framework suggestions, a primer about the Big Questions format, and more! We're excited to offer resources for Big Questions Debate! This file will help debaters understand the topic, dive into argumentation, and better understand debate strategy.
Our briefs are powerful educational tools because of their structure, quality, and quantity of included arguments. Each brief includes topic analyses by highly reputable coaches and alumni, who diligently dissect the resolution and offer a unique perspective. Following this section, we provide you with background information on the topic before delving into the arguments themselves. Our briefs include 15 heavily warranted arguments on each side of the topic. Every argument is paired with blocks and answers to ensure that you are prepared for anything. Our expert writers provide analysis for every argument and answer to provide a better understanding of the argument logic.
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