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I thank the Pro for instigating this interesting debate.
I'd like to define a couple key terms (all definitions from Merriam Webster)
Claustrophobia: : a fear of being in closed or small spaces
My opponent is trying to prove that all humans have claustrophobia. However, claustrophiba is a fear and evidence show that it is possible to feel no fear. A disorder called Urbach Withe Disorder destroys the amygdala, which is responxible for fear. This person, and all people like her, do not suffer from any level of claustrophobia. As such, my opponents case falls.
Good luck to the Pro.
FerdinandMajelen forfeited this round.
I extend all points and ask for courtesy points.
If anybody could help me figure out why all my opponents forfeit in the comments please do so.
I apologize to the Pro. If you look to several of my other debates, my opponents have forfeited and not returned. I did not mean anything against you particularly. I was venting for missing out on several other potentially interesting debates.
My opponent has tried to show that my evidence in inconclusive by pointing out potential flaws. However, he in know way refutes that the condition does exist and that is does cause a lack of fear. It is not that she is able to cope with it, she feels no fear from anything. Claustrophobia doesn't affect her in the slightest, so duration wouldn't matter.
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Vote Placed by lannan13 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Conduct to Con for the forfeiture. Sources to Con since he used the only sources in the debate. Arguments to Con as he was the only one to really post an argument this debate.
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