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Animal rights

16kadams
djmooshy

1st round acceptance...

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Updated 2 Years Ago

Justice requires the recognition of animal rights

Zaradi
FourTrouble

Resolved: Justice requires the recognition of animal rightsThis debate is for 16kadams tournament, round one.I am affirming the resolution, my opponent is negating.First round is for acceptance, everything else is for the debate.I wish him luck. ...

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Updated 2 Years Ago

Do non-human animal have rights

d1a6r7s1h9i9t8
Vitreous

ResolutionNon Human animals donot have any rights at all This is a serious debate&...

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Updated 1 Year Ago

Animal rights

Chaser98
Badtothebone

My opponent will argue that Animals do not have rights. Here are my examples why they do have rights. First- Animals have "similar" rights as we do they may not be able to vote or do certain things that we humans can but here is some rights, they have the right to breath, they have right to live, the right to not be killed, and the right to not be held in captivity. Second- They have the right to do as they please, meaning they can think and do whatever action they choose....

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Updated 11 Months Ago

Animal Rights

Tulbakra
Merrit

I see you oppose animal rights, and I think there is no rational basis to do so. First round is acceptance, then I will make my argument....

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Updated 8 Months Ago

Animal Rights

bsh1
Irresistable

Topic: A just government ought to grant non-human animals some rights. Round One: This is just for acceptance, rules, and definitions. Burdens: Burden of Proof is shared. Pro shows some rights should be granted; Con shows that some rights should not be extended. Provisos: (1) Let"s limit this to non-human, vertebrate members of the Kingdom of Animalia, (2) This is just a discussion in the abstract"do animals have some rights, it"s not about what particular rights the animals have, and (...

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Updated 7 Months Ago

Animal Rights

Jessbby777
MyDinosaurHands

People who abuse, or abandon animals should be punished greatly. They should be tortured, rapped, or killed. I think that any of these would be great justice for the poor innocent animals that they mistreated. But I believe that they should be tortured, slowly, and very painfully. ((:...

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Updated 2 Months Ago

Vegan/Animal Rights

jhenley9111
Drewbater

I will argue PRO for this topic. I would like CON to go first. Best of luck!...

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

Animal Rights

Artiom
16kadams

I strongly affirm the resolution that states: It is moral for humans to recognize these rights. Con will be arguing that it is not natural for humans to recognize animal rights. For some background clarity: animal rights: rights (as to fair and humane treatment) regarded as belonging fundamentally to all animals expressing or teaching a conception of right behavior Round 1 is acceptance Round 2 is cases Round 3 is rebuttal/conclusion Thank you, I cannot wait until my opponent acce...

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Updated 2 Years Ago

animal rights

8803
Fluer

Affirmative Cases: a philosophical approach to defining animal rights. One of the single biggest issues in rounds so far for the Sept/Oct topic has been the definition of what animal rights would look like "in the real world". Defining precisely what animal rights we're talking about has been a source of great confusion and a number of rounds have been greatly muddled by squabbling over definitions. Specifically for the affirmative, defining animal rights has been a particularly troublesome...

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Updated 2 Years Ago