I believe that Ferrari just released a new car.
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My opponent has made a crucial error within the resolution. He has not justified that the resolution isn't what he's talking about. Therefore we must only assume he is trying to prove the resolution: that he believes Ferrari just released a new car.
But what does "Believe" mean?
As cited from http://dictionary.reference.com..., believe means doing so.
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Vote Placed by kasmic 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: 9spaceking shows that belief and knowledge are not the same. Pro knows, which according to the definition provided by con eliminates the idea that he can believe. The resolution has been masterfully negated. Arguments to con.
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