Can anything be proven?
Debate Rounds (3)
a) conclusions are biased
b) conclusions can only be supported, not proven correct, by information gathered
c) conclusions can be overturned by new information being discovered
Just to be clear, my argument is that it is impossible for anything to be proven, true or false. In order for Pro to win the debate, they will have to provide at least one example of something that can be proven.
By this logic, neither of us are correct, or both. It doesn't matter because we're all asleep.
Thank you Pro. I rest my case until further information is presented.
Devils-Advocate forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by Zarroette 1 year ago
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