Does non-existence exist?
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The space in between a cup inside a vacuum is existent, because without it, there would be no space. Nothing is space, which is needed for the nothing to exist, and it serves a role, so it is something.
there is air in the cup, air is something
the vacuum effects the cup
If the vacuum affects the cup, it has a role, and thus it's something. I rest my case.
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Vote Placed by whiteflame 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro affirmed the resolution by arguing the specific scenario of a cup within a vacuum. Con's response just didn't appear to engage with it, asserting that there must be something existing in the cup without explaining what that something is or why it's present in a vacuum. Lacking that, Pro's argument goes unchallenged, and as such wins him the debate.
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