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Karl Popper Rules The following rules, which define the goals and procedures of Karl Popper Debate, are intended to ensure that participants enter into the debate sharing a common set of expectations.
Judges may not impose additional rules on debaters. Violations of these rules may merit (at the judges discretion) a reduction in points, or a loss in a given round.
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