Could Spider-Man beat Batman in a fight?
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1. Could- (past of can) used to indicate possibility
2. Possibility- the condition or quality of being possible; ability to be done, happen, or exist. (Oxford English Dictionary)
P1: Neither Spider-Man Nor Batman Truly Exist
Spider-Man and Batman are both fictional characters. Spider-Man is a character from Marvel Comics co-created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. Batman is a character from DC comics co-created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. Neither character has a real-world equivalent.
P2: In Order For A Being To Accomplish A Task, Said Being Must Exist
This is upheld by a basic human understanding. A good question might be, "Could Bob Kane beat Stan Lee in a fight" or "In Theory, Should They Exist With The Given Abilities That We Know Now From Existing Comic Books, Who Would Win In A Fight". Nevertheless, that is not our proposed resolution here today.
C: Spider-Man Could Not Beat Batman In A Fight, As Neither Truly Exist.
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Vote Placed by 9spaceking 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: unfortunately, con misinterpreted
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