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We live for happiness

Skept
BryanMullinsNOCHRISTMAS2

We live for happiness because happiness is our ultimate goal....

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is God real?

jackgilbert
tickertape

God is real. If God did not create the earth then who did? There is simply no theory or belief that answers this question. Lets take a look at some of the other common beliefs for how the world was created. Lets start with the big bang theory. This theory states that the world exploded into existence. This theory goes against two scientific laws. The law of conservation of energy, and the law of conservation of mass. It goes against the law of conservation of energy because energy cannot be crea...

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Can you prove anything.

SecularMerlin
vi_spex

Can anyone ever be objectively certain of anything other than their own awareness, whatever awareness actually is? I say no, but hey maybe that's because I'm just a figment of your imagination....

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god is a being composed of thirteen thousand box copies of "Arthur's Wonderful Day at the Library"

Rad_Chad_Is_A_Mad_Lad
tanner_1230

scientists have observed molemacules triboolizing and foobulating at a very fast rate. This allows us to triangulafoobulate the variables and conclude that god not only exists, but is a being created out of 13,000 box copies of "Arthur's Wonderful Day at the Library" "yaint argue with that, this boi finna know what he boolin' about" - Plato...

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There is no objective morality

AmericanNick
PointyDelta

In order for an objective morality to be established, it would need to be based on objective data. Since all data concerning morality is based on individual feeling, there is no objective data, thus there is no objective morality....

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Human is an unreasonable animal.

Skept
Xantog

Human is an unreasonable animal. In short, the reason is the ability to make sense of things consciously or to verify facts.(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reason) But, has human ever really used reason? Firstly, There is nothing that human understand. We perceive objects by sensory organ, construct ideas grounding those perceptions, and transform those thoughts into new ideas. We cannot feel thing-in-itself. Our sensual experience is just a phenomenon occurred by an encounter of sensory or...

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Nothing is Actually Important, It is a Choice

INeedADrag
Zarium

Anything that is important to someone is because said someone chose for something to be important. People usually say "important" rather than important, in the sense that they are missing the terms, "to them." Something that is actually important "stands" to be important on its own, without anything else that makes it important. History is "important" to some, but history wouldn"t be "important" if there were no humans. Nothing is actually important because it"s impossible to define whether...

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Updated 2 Months Ago

The reason YOU cannot disprove solipsism is because your NOT REAL!!!!

Smooosh
Arganger

Prove to "us" that "we" exist. I (smooosh) will represent "us"/we! You can represent your damm self! I can see through your ruse. I've wondered all my life, "am I the only one who is real?" and now I know that you and everyone I know are just illusions or extensions of myself! I've put a little twist in this debate. The focus of the debate will be from cons point of view. Cons objective is to simply prove existence happens outside his/her experience. Con must prove to us that we are not ju...

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Updated 2 Months Ago

is God real?

jackgilbert
sdavio

For the first round please just accept the debate, arguments will begin next round....

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Updated 3 Months Ago

Theism offers a more likely context than atheism for affirming moral realism.

popculturepooka
Sargon

I thank Sargon agreeing to debate me on this topic. I shall be arguing that given moral realism theism is more likely than atheism. Or that theism makes "more sense" of moral realism than atheism does. My job is to argue that, yes, theism offer a more likely context in which to affirm moral realism and Con's job is to argue that, to the contrary, atheism offers a more likely context than theism in which to affirm moral realism. In short, this will be a mostly meta-ethical debate. [1]<...

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