Joke debate: my argument proves nothing
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If Pro wins, he has successfully proven that his argument proves nothing!
If Pro loses, his argument successfully proves that his argument proves something.
Either way, his argument proves something, ergo his argument cannot prove absolutely nothing.
According to Dictionary.com (http://dictionary.reference.com...), argument can be defined as "a statement, reason, or fact for or against a point". Your resolution, then, is by definition an argument, as it is a meta-statement for the point that the argument proves absolutely nothing.
My point stands.
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Vote Placed by Benshapiro 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro had the burden of proof to prove why his argument proves nothing. By offering no reason, we can't accept that his argument proves nothing. It would've been a different debate had he said "my argument doesn't prove anything."
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