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China is often criticized for not being a democracy. While its system does not conform to how mainstream Western thought thinks a democracy should be run China's government is in fact a form of democracy.China has competitive elections.In China there are competitive elections at the local level. Then those elected at the local level elect the people at each higher level. Effectively this means that everyone takes part in deciding who will be elected at higher levels of government through their c...
Alan Turing was one of the greatest minds of the 20th century. His contributions to computer science helped crack the enigma machine the Germans used in their submarines, and helped to push forward the progress of information technology. Unfortunately for the world and for himself Alan Turing was persecuted for being a homosexual, forced to chemically castrate himself, and driven to suicide. That was a horrible. Nobody should ever be persecuted for their sexual orientation, especially not...
I think a friendship based on utilitarianism shouldn't be considered a friendship due to the fact that you are using that person to your own advantage , therefore it's not a friendship....
We should cut down all the trees, put them in a tree museum, and charge everyone a dollar and a half just to see them. This would greatly stimulate the economy by creating jobs and the economic exchange of going to a museum to see trees would generate tax revenue. But we don't want to tax them too much. The owners of the museums should have as high of profits as possible so they can invest those profits in our economy and make more money encouraging economic growth and ultimately leading to h...
Rules: 1. The basis of whether I win or not is not based on whether we should adopt this proposal just whether it would stop ebola. So moral arguments such as "this sort of intervention in other people's affairs is wrong" do not count towards determining the winner. Economic arguments that this would cost western nations money to implement also are irrelevant. This debate is solely about whether this would work to stop the spread of ebola. As we all know there is an ebola epidemic in Afric...
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