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Is it sometimes better to take risks than to follow a more reasonable course of action?

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Started: 8/4/2009 Category: Education
Updated: 7 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Of course it is better to take risks.

But what makes you think that taking risks is unreasonable? We are Humans -- it is what we do.


"Is it sometimes better to take risks than to follow a more reasonable course of action?"

I assert that whenever we are faced with two choices, it's better to take the more reasonable choice.

Therefore, if we have a choice between taking some particular risk and doing something MORE REASONABLE than taking the risk, we should do the latter.
Debate Round No. 1


cheeryy_cake forfeited this round.


Sadly my opponent has not graced us with a response.

I again repeat my position that if we're faced with a choice of taking a risk and of doing something more reasonable than taking that risk, by definition it must be better to do the latter.

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Debate Round No. 2
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Posted by mongeese 7 years ago
You're right.
Posted by MTGandP 7 years ago
Wow. Con set herself up for a semantics argument.
Posted by I-am-a-panda 7 years ago
So it's better to rob a bank than to get a job?
Posted by bpv1 7 years ago
Established rules pertaining to...?
Posted by Rezzealaux 7 years ago
Assumes risk is mutually exclusive with reasonable course of action.
Also, you took the wrong side.
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