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Brain power important to be something in one's life.

Sundram7575
blackkid

I think brain power is important to be something in life because it's the only thing which will be with us for life long. And also when we have brain power we can achieve anything in this world....

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The existence of a god cannot be proven or disproven (quotation battle)

inaudita
Burningsnow

After acceptance in round one individuals will only be able to make arguments through direct quotation of individuals. Their is to be no use of an individuals own words in the following rounds unless it is to provide a source for the individuals quotation. Their is to be a maximum of 3 quotations within a round. Deviation from these rules or failure to post a proper source from a quotation is to forfeit the debate....

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Anarchy is unsustainable

Cold-Mind
J03ybatts

Resolution: People living in anarchy will at some point create some sort of government if their land is not occupied and people are not wiped out.Anarchy: Land with no government.BoP is shared.Rules: Images and videos can not be posted.Links can only be posted as evidence/source for challenged premises.No forfeits allowed.Round 1 is acceptance only. Con must not make new original arguments in Round 4.Round 5 is conclusio...

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

Male Evolution Versus Female Evolution (I believe Female Evolution needs more attention).

Aerogant
kl31

Back in the stone age, the primitive side of the brain was influencing the people over the practical side of the brain. The males created wars, excuses, power and control to get what they wanted, while the females, being biologically structured to be loved, not understood, had to be loved in a terrible sense of the word by the ruling of men. As civilization reached its peak of blood and death, people slowly started waking up to a more advanced way of controlling people without blood baths - the...

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

Should we start developping Bioroids?

tahir.imanov
Mister_Man

Definition :Bioroid - genetically engineered humans that are superior in overall biology, intelligence, and physical capabilities.First round for acceptance....

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This is a war of words. Don't be a coward, bring it, no matter what your teacher told you.

Max.Wallace
FuzzyCatPotato

Be not afraid please to speak your mind, you PC beatchches. Defend your PC mentality, without lies or misleading profiles....

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you are just a bunch of atoms

Max.Wallace
LogicalLunatic

Thanks for telling us that NPR!...

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if you were alone with someone, n there was no way 2 get food, u can morally kill an eat that person

linate
SocialistAtheistNutjob

if you were alone with someone, n there was no way 2 get food, u can morally kill an eat that person. consider a deserted island hypothetical or maybe stranded in the desert w no end in clear site, or something like that. the normal rules of not being able to kill others at this point no longer applies....

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'defense of others' 2 limited in practice, killing serial killer bob isnt inherently immoral

linate
blackkid

'defense of others' 2 limited in practice, killing serial killer bob isnt inherently immoral bob is a serial killer on the run and's shown every reason he'll continue killing. you see him by chance at a state park. a high reason to think if you try to call authorities he will get away. u have a gun- moral to kill him? remember, 'defense of others' as a legal and moral system is often said to be only permissible if the pending harm to another is 'imminent' which usually is said to mean 'rig...

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Free Will Exists

MyDinosaurHands
torresjoh

"The ability to choose, think, and act voluntarily. For many philosophers, to believe in free will is to believe that human beings can be the authors of their own actions and to reject the idea that human actions are determined by conditions or fate."I will argue that human actions are determined by conditions, and my opponent shall have to argue that human decisions are not bound by conditions. Debate Structure:R1 Rules and Acceptance by my opponentR2...

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago