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Minarcho-Capitalism Should be Preferred to Anarcho-Capitalism.

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Lupricona

Hello, Debate.org! After a very long hiatus from this website, I have returned and I am ready for a debate. I have dabbled in many political economic models and I find libertarian ideologies very intriguing and thus I look for a discussion about it.Resolution:Minarcho-Capitalism Ought T...

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Does 'Reality' TV ever portray a true representation of society?

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Dyvilian

The key word, being 'ever' means that reality tv can sometimes portray a true representaiton of society althouh this can be rare with how many constructed TV shows there are out there....

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Is the New Testament theologically immoral?

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thelonelymoutain

Okay, I'm going to keep this short and sweet. If I had to write a book where I expose a unique hole in doctrine for each religion, Christianity would get the following: "Pathological inability to accept the adherent good nature of man and utter incapability of an idea that dictates love can only come from god to man and NOT vice versa. To sum it up, Christianity demonises human nature in its very foundations. It CAN'T accept the fact that not every human needs a higher power to be morally good."...

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Individualism is better than collectivism

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Aarthew

Individualism-the habit or principle of being independent and self-reliant Collectivism-the practice or principle of giving a group priority over each individual in it Individualism makes sure that your ideas and you are recognized and matters. With individualism, you get a choice and liberty. With collectivism you get conformity and "equality" which is often at the expense of others....

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Philosophical Idealism (Pro) vs. Realism (Con)

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tahirimanov

This debate is for the DDO Beginner's Tournament. I shall be challenging tahirimanov to this debate. Philosophical idealism is defined as "the group of philosophies which assert that reality, or reality as we can know it, is fundamentally mental, mentally constructed, or otherwise immaterial." Realism is defined as "the belief that some aspects of reality are ontologically independent of our conceptual schemes, perceptions, linguistic practices, beliefs, etc." The first round is accepta...

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White pride is a joke

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Forthelulz

I am arguing that "White Pride" is a joke or that it doesn't mean anything. In my opinion, people who have white pride are hypocrites to either Humanity or Christianity....

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Russians were created before the earth

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lizanemirovski

sooooo..... russians were definitely created after the earth was. Where did the russians live when they had no earth? did they fly in space or some shiz...

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What is God?

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TheMagi

My argument's purpose is to define what God is. Hopefully, we have a better picture of what God is after this debate. The opponent may choose to make his/her case first or pass the first argument to me. There is technically no pro/con in this debate, as this is merely an exchange of ideas and/or beliefs that reveal truth. Any religious text may be considered to help define God, but know that any religious text is subject to interpretation. This is my only warning. I know how to prove a common Ch...

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Solipsism is fundamental to any rational belief system

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Taust

Thank you for participating in this debate. I will be arguing in favor of the view that solipsism is fundamental to any rational belief system. Before any belief system can be properly analysed for internally consistent logical integrity, you have to figure out where the actual starting point is. What exactly is the unassailable cornerstone that you expect your perfect edifice to rest precariously upon? This pursuit includes confronting some of the most basic epistemic questions such as "how...

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We let Culture and Religion affect our lives way more then it has to.

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TomThePenguin

For something that is more or less given to us, we give Culture and Religion way too much importance then is required. We do not let ourselves be friends with others because of their religion, or love someone only because of the difference in cultures. We give up opportunities and are close minded, preventing us from learning new things, why? Because when we were born we were born to someone of a certain culture and religion that is different from someone else. No my point is not that we should...

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